Food poisoning can be defined as the illness caused by consuming food or drink that has been contaminated by one of three sources; biological, chemical or physical.

22 01, 2018

What Are The Legal Implications of Food Poisoning

The legal implications of food poisoning can be difficult to prove. It is almost impossible to trace which food product over the course of one’s regular eating patterns, caused the illness. Yet it can be done. And below are 6 ways food poisoning could leave you needing a lawyer.

20 01, 2018

What You Need To Know About Campylobacter Bacteria

Campylobacter jejuni bacteria inhabits the intestinal tract of warm-blooded animals such as poultry and are frequently detected within these farmed birds, especially chicken. It is a gram-negative (like E.coli ) spiral-shaped bacterium. It’s ideal growth temperature is directly within the temperature danger zone, most optimally at 37°C (99 °F).

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