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Trading Standards newsletter

Welcome to the latest issue of Trading Standards Business News. This is a free digital publication that brings local businesses the latest in regulation changes and guidance.

Summer 2021 - Trading Standards E-Newsletter

In the current issue you can find information on:

  • new rules for food businesses
  • help with post Brexit
  • boosting hospitality
  • business exports potential
  • pandemic recovery funding

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Pioneering pothole machine trialled in Staffordshire

Pioneering pothole machine trialled in Staffordshire

A machine designed by legendary Staffordshire digger maker JCB to help speed up pothole repairs is being trialled in the county, after a previous trial last year.
Date:
13 June 2022
Help at hand to reduce nuisance calls

Help at hand to reduce nuisance calls

Staffordshire County Council's trading standards service is working with organisations supporting vulnerable adults to fit a free call blocking device to their home telephone.
Date:
31 March 2022
Trading Standards Issue Warning on Financial Scams

Trading Standards Issue Warning on Financial Scams

Businesses and residents in Staffordshire are being warned to be vigilant against financial related scams in the run up to the end of the financial year on 31st March.
Date:
28 February 2022
Thousands of Cigarettes Have Been Seized as part of a Crackdown on the Supply of Counterfeit Goods

Thousands of Cigarettes Have Been Seized as part of a Crackdown on the Supply of Counterfeit Goods

Staffordshire police officers joined forces with Staffordshire County Council Trading Standards officers and Immigration Services to make an unannounced visit to a convenience store in Biddulph last week.
Date:
25 February 2022

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