Online store for SFBB and SFBB+​

Primary Authority Agreement Signed - You are Protected

Information for SFBB+ Users

In October 2018, All Environmental Health Services Limited signed a Primary Authority Agreement with Luton Borough Council for the SFBB+ App.

This means that the mobile application has been validated by a regulator for food hygiene law and confirmed to meet your legal obligations – when used fully, as instructed – in an appropriate food business.

Under this arrangement we will continue to work directly with a regulator to ensure that your use of SFBB+ is protected now and in the future.

Should an EHO visit you and question the validity of your use of the SFBB+ App, please contact us immediately and we will assist you. 

And to all Inspecting EHOs, we offer free access to the SFBB+ App. If you work for a Local Authority as a Food Inspector please get in touch and we will be happy to offer you a complimentary license.

Information for Regulators

As EHOs ourselves, we appreciate that when a regulator first sees this App they may have questions. We have answered some of the most common ones below, but would welcome contact from any EHO – even for an informal discussion.

Is it up to date with the latest version of SFBB?


SFBB+ is based upon the latest version of the FSA’s SFBB caterers pack. We will ensure that any updates published by the FSA are incorporated into the App and any associated products we sell within three months of publication.

Is this product checked for compliance?


AEHS Ltd has sought advice via its Primary Authority partner, and as EHOs ourselves we will always ensure FBOs are compliant if use SFBB+ correctly.

Can information such as diary entries be falsified or completed all at one time?


In addition to the FBO or their staff competing the relevant parts of the App, SFBB+ keeps a digital signature each and every time an update is made. If you would like to see a record of every time a document has been updated please request that the FBO ‘shares’ the diary with you electronically. If you look in the bottom right corner of the full document you will see a date/time stamp for everyone who has made a change to that page.