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2015/05/22 12:58
2015/05/22 12:58
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A RIMINGTON dairy farmer says raw milk can sooth even the most disruptive children and has been hailed by cancer patients. Ian O’Reilly, who runs Lower Gazegill Farm with wife Emma, said his...
2015/05/22 12:58
2015/05/22 12:58
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2015/05/22 11:47
2015/05/22 11:47
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Tragic Dylan Hill collapsed after telling his partner he needed some fresh air just an hour after eating at an Indian restaurant. He was rushed to hospital but died and his family believe he died...
2015/05/22 09:41
2015/05/22 09:41
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OUT of date gammon, cleaning chemicals next to food, water on the floor, and staff failing to wash hands is the picture painted of a hospital’s kitchen after a visit from inspectors. Glan Clwyd...
2015/05/19 17:41
2015/05/19 17:41
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THE owner of a bed and breakfast blamed jet-lag for being awarded a poor hygiene rating. Kimbers Ark was given one star out of five in the Food Standards Agency rating systems, meaning major...
2015/05/19 08:51
2015/05/19 08:51
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Slaughterhouse bosses admit 'dressing up' foreign GOAT meat as British LAMB TWO slaughterhouse bosses who "dressed up" foreign goat meat as British lamb have admitted mislabelling food for sale in...
2015/05/19 07:23
2015/05/19 07:23
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Chicken. We love it. It is a healthy and versatile food, whether eaten hot or cold, and is increasingly popular as part of the nation's diet. However, there's just one thing we don't like about it....
2015/05/18 01:20
2015/05/18 01:20
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WHEN schoolboy Rhys Morgan was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the digestive tract, he turned to the one place he knew for help. The 15-year-old...
2015/05/17 08:36
2015/05/17 08:36
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Revealed: The best and worst food hygiene ratings in Pendle Takeaways and restaurants across Pendle and West Craven have been assessed by public health inspectors. From chip shops to restaurants,...
2015/05/14 12:20
2015/05/14 12:20
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Sainsbury’s has emailed its customers to warn them they may have eaten ‘tiny metal pieces’ in some of its ready meals. It is believed metal shards have been found in potato-containing chilled ready...
2015/05/13 18:20
2015/05/13 18:20
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Three Cardiff schools have been told to make “major” improvements in food hygiene over the past year, after achieving a dismal “one” rating out of five. According to the Food Standards Agency (FSA)...
2015/05/13 17:20
2015/05/13 17:20
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Luton Borough Council is urging all food businesses to check their meat and poultry suppliers following the successful prosecution of a man who ran an illegal meat cutting plant from a shed in the...
2015/05/13 13:21
2015/05/13 13:21
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... better than cocaine pushers': MailOnline exposes unscrupulous Chinese factories selling toxic DNP diet pills that have killed six Britons and 60 worldwide by 'burning them to death from...
2015/05/13 10:10
2015/05/13 10:10
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Co-operation is key to tackling labelling debacle Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill has said that co-operation across the island is vital in addressing the recent issues facing lamb farmers after...
2015/05/13 08:04
2015/05/13 08:04
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Indian chicken in top spot Advice on avoiding food poisoning Chance to win chicken competition People in the South-East eat chicken an average of 124 times per year, a poll to mark Food Safety Week...
2015/05/13 05:20
2015/05/13 05:20
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Claire Campbell-Adams has been highlighting the condition which triggers adverse reaction to gluten, since her children Noah, seven, and Eden Rae, five, were diagnosed last autumn. For sufferers,...
2015/05/11 13:23
2015/05/11 13:23
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The annual Food Safety Week, supported by the Food Standards Agency (FSA), will this year run from Monday, May 18 to Sunday, May 24. This year's campaign focuses on a germ called campylobacter, which...
2015/05/08 12:25
2015/05/08 12:25
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... pills DON'T WORK - if they did, wouldn't doctors prescribe them to stem the obesity crisis?,' says weight-loss expert Eloise Parry, 21, died after taking diet pills containing toxic DNP Expert...
2015/05/08 07:36
2015/05/08 07:36
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Food hygiene levels at Burnley General Hospital have been criticised by the Food Standards Agency – resulting in health chiefs being told that major improvement is necessary. The catering premises of...
2015/05/07 18:45
2015/05/07 18:45
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Scots birds ‘still being poisoned by lead shot’ Pink-footed geese at Loch Leven. Birds such as these remain under threat from lead shot despite legislation outlawing such bullets, environmentalists...
2015/05/07 15:35
2015/05/07 15:35
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The Medicines Control Council (MCC) is not aware of the presence of any diet pills in South Africa containing a highly toxic "fat burning" substance known as 2,4-dinitrophenol (DNP) that can cause...
2015/05/22 12:58
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