This website uses cookies

Cookies remember you so we can give you a better service online. By using this website or closing this message, you are agreeing to our Cookies noticeClose
Skip to content
« back to encyclopedia search results

Food poisoning

The lack of Cookery and Home Economics lessons in many schools, often followed by the need of all members of a family to work, has led to increased reliance on processed food and ready meals. Possibly because of this, many adults have never fully understood the need for careful food handling; and this, even in the day of the fridge and deep freeze, has led to greater potential for food poisoning - the incidence of which has been steadily rising in Britain.

It is thought that about 9.5 million Britons are struck down by food poisoning at a cost of over

Reviews / Comments

Not yet reviewed

Be the first to add a review