It emerged at the FSA's Board Meeting in December 2017, that Government funding of between £4 to £5 million has been requested if the National Food Crime Unit want to move to the second phase of carrying out food fraud investigations on top of it intelligence gathering activities. FSA's Chair, Heather Hancock is awaiting a response from Ministers and the Treasury as to whether the second phase can begin and whether further funding is forthcoming.

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