Centre for Food Safety
|Centre for Food Safety|
The Centre for Food Safety Logo
|Formed||2 May 2006|
|Headquarters||43/F Queensway Government Offices, 66 Queensway, Hong Kong|
|Agency executive||Dr TAM Lai-fan, Gloria, JP, Controller, Centre for Food Safety|
|Parent agency||Food and Environmental Hygiene Department|
Centre for Food Safety (CFS, Chinese: 食物安全中心) is the food safety authority created by the Hong Kong SAR Government. Its mission is to ensure food sold is safe and fit for consumption through tripartite collaboration among the Government, food trade and consumers. CFS was created in May 2006 under the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department of the Food and Health Bureau.
The department's orange colour is adopted in the Centre logo plus the green colour representing "safety and hope". The letters 'C', 'F' and 'S' are abbreviation for Centre for Food Safety.
- Organisation Chart of Centre for Food Safety, retrieved 24 July 2012
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