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chroniclelive
Blyth takeaway goes from zero-rated to top marks in just four monthsA Northumberland takeaway went from a zero hygiene rating to top marks in a mat
Blyth takeaway goes from zero-rated to top marks in just four months
chroniclelive / Posted 8 hours ago
A Northumberland takeaway went from a zero hygiene rating to top marks in a matter of months. But, since new owner Esam Khass took the reins in November, he has worked tirelessly and now has the maximum rating of five from the Food Standards... Read more
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Farming Life
UFU attend FSA ‘Food We Can Trust’ eventUlster Farmers’ Union deputy president Barclay Bell and chief executive Wesley
UFU attend FSA ‘Food We Can Trust’ event
Farming Life / Posted 13 hours ago
Ulster Farmers’ Union deputy president Barclay Bell and chief executive Wesley Aston recently attended a major Food Standards Agency event. This examined how FSA will deliver its 2015-2020 ‘Food We Can Trust’ strategy. The event brought together... Read more
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Evening Standard
Camembert taken off shelves at supermarketsCamembert has been hauled off the shelves at three British supermarkets over fe
Camembert taken off shelves at supermarkets
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
Camembert has been hauled off the shelves at three British supermarkets over fears it has been contaminated with Listeria. Asda, Sainsbury’s and the Co-op have all withdrawn packets of the French cheese after low levels of the bacteria were... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Asda and The Co-op recall cheese over food poisoning fearsCamembert cheeses have been recalled by Asda and the Co-op over fears they cont
Asda and The Co-op recall cheese over food poisoning fears
Reading Evening Post / Posted 2 days ago
Camembert cheeses have been recalled by Asda and the Co-op over fears they contain Listeria bacteria that can cause food poisoning. The product from Asda is the Extra Special Camembert 250g with the use by dates February 14, 21 and 28 2016. It also... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Asda and The Co-op recall cheese over food poisoning fearsThose most likely to be affected by the bacteria are pregnant women, those over
Asda and The Co-op recall cheese over food poisoning fears
Manchester Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
Those most likely to be affected by the bacteria are pregnant women, those over 60 and anyone with a weakened immune system. Asda's affected item is the Extra Special Camembert de Pays 250g, with use by dates 14, 21 and 28 February 2016, and with a... Read more
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chroniclelive
Co-op and Asda supermarkets recall cheese over food poisoning concernsThree supermarkets have recalled a Camembert product due to fears of a bacteria
Co-op and Asda supermarkets recall cheese over food poisoning concerns
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
Three supermarkets have recalled a Camembert product due to fears of a bacteria contamination which could make pregnant women ill. A Food Standards Agency spokesman said: “The Co-operative is recalling its Truly Irresistible Camembert as a... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Asda and Co-op recall cheese over listeria bacteria fearsThree supermarkets have recalled a Camembert product due to fears of a bacteria
Asda and Co-op recall cheese over listeria bacteria fears
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
Three supermarkets have recalled a Camembert product due to fears of a bacteria contamination which could make pregnant woman ill. The Co-operative food store. Photo by Yui Mok/PA Wire A Food Standards Agency spokesman said: “The Co-operative is... Read more
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heraldscotland
London 2017 hit hard as World Athletics Championships managing director resignsTHE organisation of next year’s IAAF World Athletics Championships has suffered
London 2017 hit hard as World Athletics Championships managing director resigns
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
THE organisation of next year’s IAAF World Athletics Championships has suffered a significant blow after its managing director Sally Bolton quit in the wake of an internal power struggle. Bolton, who previously headed up the 2013 Rugby League World... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Supermarket removes chutney jars from shelves due to health risk concernsMango chutney jars have been recalled by Sainsbury's due to fears they pose a h
Supermarket removes chutney jars from shelves due to health risk concerns
Nottingham Post / Posted 3 days ago
Mango chutney jars have been recalled by Sainsbury's due to fears they pose a health risk to customers with a mustard allergy. The 370g containers with a "best before" date of October 2017 have been incorrectly packaged, according to the Food... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Health scare as shoppers warned to AVOID eating this sauceSome jars of the condiment, with a best before date of October 2017, have been
Health scare as shoppers warned to AVOID eating this sauce
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
Some jars of the condiment, with a best before date of October 2017, have been wrongly packaged and may contain lime pickle. This means the Mango Chutney contains small amounts of mustard seeds which are not mentioned on the label. Eating these... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Niki Bezzant: It's only natural to keep it naturalThe most natural and healthy foods are those with no packaging at all, found in
Niki Bezzant: It's only natural to keep it natural
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
The most natural and healthy foods are those with no packaging at all, found in the produce section of supermarkets. What does the word "natural" mean to you? If you're like most people, it's something appealing, especially when it relates to food.... Read more
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Gazette
Geoff Wheeler's weekly diary - Meeting with Stroud MP Neil CarmichaelTHIS edition of Geoff Wheeler's diary includes a meeting with Stroud MP Neil Ca
Geoff Wheeler's weekly diary - Meeting with Stroud MP Neil Carmichael
Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
THIS edition of Geoff Wheeler's diary includes a meeting with Stroud MP Neil Carmichael and a popular business networking event. Tuesday, January 26 – Business Networking Event Over 60 businesses attended this event which provided advice on... Read more
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London24
Cow urine for sale in Ilford food shop Ciws are sacred in the Hindu faith. (Photo: Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images) A
Cow urine for sale in Ilford food shop
London24 / Posted 7 days ago
Ciws are sacred in the Hindu faith. (Photo: Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images) As you walk down the grocery aisles you might expect to find milk, juice and other liquids but one store in Ilford has been found with... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Hindu priest talks ‘purifying benefits’ of cow’s urine after Ilford shop find As you walk down the grocery aisles you might expect to find milk, juice and
Hindu priest talks ‘purifying benefits’ of cow’s urine after Ilford shop find
Ilford Recorder / Posted 7 days ago
As you walk down the grocery aisles you might expect to find milk, juice and other liquids but one store in Ilford has been found with a more unusual liquid on its... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Student almost choked to death on whole crab hidden in Chinese takeawayMegan Taylor started choking when the pebble-sized crustacean became stuck in h
Student almost choked to death on whole crab hidden in Chinese takeaway
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
Megan Taylor started choking when the pebble-sized crustacean became stuck in her throat as she was tucking into her usual order of garlic mussels. The 19-year-old is fuming after restaurant China Chef, in her home town of Tadworth, Surrey, refused... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Sainsbury's recalls cheese due to health concernsSupermarket chain Sainsbury's has been forced into recalling some of its cheese
Sainsbury's recalls cheese due to health concerns
Nottingham Post / Posted 8 days ago
Supermarket chain Sainsbury's has been forced into recalling some of its cheese products, due to fears they could cause food poisoning. Tests on different varieties of its Camembert have shown low levels of Listeria monocytogenes which can prove to... Read more
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express
Kettle Chips RECALL crisps after it was revealed PLASTIC could be inside the bags KETTLE CHIPS are recalling bags of crisps as it's believed some bags may cont
Kettle Chips RECALL crisps after it was revealed PLASTIC could be inside the bags
express / Posted 8 days ago
KETTLE CHIPS are recalling bags of crisps as it's believed some bags may contain shards of plastic. Kettle Chips have recalled their crisps after it was discovered... Read more
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metro
Kettle chips recall after plastic was found in bags of crispsThe recall affects bags of lightly salted crisps (Picture: Alamy) A range of K
Kettle chips recall after plastic was found in bags of crisps
metro / Posted 8 days ago
The recall affects bags of lightly salted crisps (Picture: Alamy) A range of Kettle chips have been taken off the shelves because they may contain pieces of plastic that look like crisps. The affected flavours include 150g bags of lightly salted... Read more
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Daily Star
Health risk fears: Five varieties of crisps recalled after THIS was found inside packetsRISK: Five varieties of Kettle Chips have been withdrawn amid fears packs conta
Health risk fears: Five varieties of crisps recalled after THIS was found inside packets
Daily Star / Posted 8 days ago
RISK: Five varieties of Kettle Chips have been withdrawn amid fears packs contain plastic Five varieties of Kettle Chips have been recalled after it was revealed they could contain pieces of PLASTIC - which looks almost identical to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Kettle Chips recalled over fears packs may contain plastic that looks like crispsA Kettle Foods spokesman said: "Kettle Foods Ltd has identified that a very lim
Kettle Chips recalled over fears packs may contain plastic that looks like crisps
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
A Kettle Foods spokesman said: "Kettle Foods Ltd has identified that a very limited number of bags of Kettle Chips products, all with a best before date of 28th May 2016, may contain pieces of plastic that are similar in appearance to the... Read more
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Daily Star
Sainsbury's whips bacteria-infected cheese from the shelves over food poisoning fearsLISTERIA: Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Camembert found positive for nasty b
Sainsbury's whips bacteria-infected cheese from the shelves over food poisoning fears
Daily Star / Posted 9 days ago
LISTERIA: Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Camembert found positive for nasty bug The supermarket giant warned customers that packets of Taste the Difference French Camembert Cheese, Taste the Difference Baking Camembert Cheese and Camembert Pays... Read more
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Daily Record
Sainsbury's recalls product due to presence of potentially deadly bacteriaThe affected items include Taste the Difference French Camembert Cheese 250g, T
Sainsbury's recalls product due to presence of potentially deadly bacteria
Daily Record / Posted 9 days ago
The affected items include Taste the Difference French Camembert Cheese 250g, Taste the Difference Baking Camembert Cheese 250g and Camembert Pays 250g. It is urging customers who have bought the products with a use by date up to and including March... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Sainsbury's recalls product due to presence of potentially deadly bacteriaThe affected items include Taste the Difference French Camembert Cheese 250g, T
Sainsbury's recalls product due to presence of potentially deadly bacteria
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
The affected items include Taste the Difference French Camembert Cheese 250g, Taste the Difference Baking Camembert Cheese 250g and Camembert Pays 250g. It is urging customers who have bought the products with a use by date up to and including March... Read more
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International Business Times
Kettle Chips recalled from supermarkets as bags pose 'possible risk to health' Five varieties of Kettle Chips are being recalled because of fears the products
Kettle Chips recalled from supermarkets as bags pose 'possible risk to health'
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
Five varieties of Kettle Chips are being recalled because of fears the products may contain pieces of plastic. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said: "This means these products are a possible risk to health." The five varieties listed for recall are... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
IN PICTURES: The pubs, restaurants and takeaways with the lowest food hygiene ratings in KingstonA host of Kingston bars, restaurants, food shops and cafés have been told to ur
IN PICTURES: The pubs, restaurants and takeaways with the lowest food hygiene ratings in Kingston
Kingston Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
A host of Kingston bars, restaurants, food shops and cafés have been told to urgently improve their hygiene standards. Click above and scroll through the pictures to see each establishment and its rating Five of the borough’s food establishments,... Read more
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Nottingham Post
These SIX shops want you to return their products due to safety fearsDuring January, there were various product recall notices issued to customers i
These SIX shops want you to return their products due to safety fears
Nottingham Post / Posted 10 days ago
During January, there were various product recall notices issued to customers in Nottinghamshire from stores including Tesco, IKEA and Build-A-Bear and Sainsbury's. There were food recalls relating to food products at Sainsbury's and Iceland, while... Read more
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Pendle Today
Second firm recalls sandwiches due to food poisoning riskA second firm in less than a week has recalled a batch of chicken tikka sandwic
Second firm recalls sandwiches due to food poisoning risk
Pendle Today / Posted 10 days ago
A second firm in less than a week has recalled a batch of chicken tikka sandwiches due to the possible presence of Salmonella. Lytham Foods is recalling Taylors of Lytham Chicken Tikka Sandwiches after a supplier is alleged to have failed to comply... Read more
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Daily Star
Bye, bye Findus: Food firm famed for Crispy Pancakes to be taken off the shelvesMMM: Findus is renowned for its deep-fried pancakes filled with minced beef Fi
Bye, bye Findus: Food firm famed for Crispy Pancakes to be taken off the shelves
Daily Star / Posted 11 days ago
MMM: Findus is renowned for its deep-fried pancakes filled with minced beef Findus apologised to British shoppers amid the horsemeat scandal of 2013, saying it was sorry to "have let people down". But despite the brand's Crispy Pancakes product's... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Did you eat a chicken tikka sandwich for lunch? Might want to read this...A brand of chicken tikka sandwiches sold in shops and supermarkets throughout t
Did you eat a chicken tikka sandwich for lunch? Might want to read this...
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
A brand of chicken tikka sandwiches sold in shops and supermarkets throughout the UK has been withdrawn over fears it may contain salmonella. Lytham Foods is recalling Taylors of Lytham Chicken Tikka sandwiches after tests found the tikka powder... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Chicken tikka sandwiches recalled due to salmonella fearsA batch of chicken tikka sandwiches and wraps have been removed from shelves du
Chicken tikka sandwiches recalled due to salmonella fears
Nottingham Post / Posted 12 days ago
A batch of chicken tikka sandwiches and wraps have been removed from shelves due to a salmonella scare. The Food Standards Agency said Easy Eats UK Ltd was recalling various Snacksters, Snax on the Go and Best In Chicken Tikka products, all... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs' Eggs with the lion brand can be safely eaten lightly cooked by all groups, ex
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Eggs with the lion brand can be safely eaten lightly cooked by all groups, experts said Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the... Read more
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Evening Standard
New advice issued on safety of runny eggs for pregnant women and elderlyPregnant women and the elderly should be told they can safely eat runny eggs, a
New advice issued on safety of runny eggs for pregnant women and elderly
Evening Standard / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women and the elderly should be told they can safely eat runny eggs, a report has found. Almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, the Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food found that British eggs with the red “lion”... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Runny eggs are safe, experts say, 28 years after salmonella crisisFears over salmonella peaked in the late 1980s when two million chickens were s
Runny eggs are safe, experts say, 28 years after salmonella crisis
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Fears over salmonella peaked in the late 1980s when two million chickens were slaughtered and pregnant women were told to avoid undercooked eggs. "The committee has acknowledged that there has been a major reduction in the risk from salmonella in UK... Read more
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Gazette
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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guardian-series
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
guardian-series / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Harrow Times
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Harrow Times / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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This is West Country
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Gazette News
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Gazette News / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Bolton News
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Bolton News / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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Northern Echo
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'It advised the Food Standards Agency to change its official advice on these egg
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
Northern Echo / Posted 13 days ago
It advised the Food Standards Agency to change its official advice on these eggs but recommends the warning remains in place for imported eggs, UK eggs without the lion and those from birds other than hens. Fears over salmonella peaked in the late... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs' « Shropshire StarBritish eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable gr
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs' « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 13 days ago
British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and the elderly can eat them lightly cooked or raw in things like mayonnaise, the Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years
Pregnant women 'should be told they can safely eat runny eggs'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Pregnant women should be told they can safely enjoy runny eggs, almost 30 years after the salmonella crisis, according to a new report. British eggs with the red "lion" brand carry such a low risk that vulnerable groups like expectant mothers and... Read more
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