Food Poisoning

Food Standards Scotland’s latest campylobacter campaign features the return of the Pink Chicken

Men targeted in Scots campylobacter campaign

By Gwen Ridler

Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has urged men not to eat pink chicken, in a summer campaign to raise awareness of the risks of campylobacter during the barbecue season.

Food Standards Agency recalled products from Boost and Boom, Source Foods, Monolith and Alivini

Recalls sparked by milk and food poisoning fears

By Matt Atherton

Food manufacturers Boost and Boom, Source Foods, Monolith UK and Alivini recalled a number of food products last week, sparked by fears of lactose intolerance, poor food hygiene and food poisoning.

Consumers confuse irradiated food with radioactive food

Irradiation would help reduce food poisoning

By Rick Pendrous

Greater use of food irradiation across the EU would help to prevent many avoidable cases of food poisoning from bacteria such as salmonella, campylobacter and E.coli, a leading food safety consultant has argued

Food poisoning figures in the UK exceed 1M, according to the FSA

UK food poisoning cases exceed 1M

By Michael Stones

There are more than 1M cases of food poisoning in the UK – with campylobacter remaining the most common foodborne pathogen – according to new figures published by the Food Standards Agency (FSA).


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