A teenager with a nut allergy died after eating a Chinese takeaway meal containing peanuts, an inquest has heard.
The restaurant's menu had a general warning that its food may contain nuts but no specific warning for the ribs, the court heard. However, the inquest was told it was not required to provide one by law and was complying with regulations.
Read full article from here:
From December 2014 this will no longer be the case. Is your food business aware of the changes and requirements? Contact us for further assistance.
The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) has banned the screening of a Tesco sausage advert, ruling that it was “misleading” to consumers.
The 30-second clip for the supermarket’s own Butcher’s Choice Sausages featured pigs in a picturesque rural field – implying that the animals used for the product are free-range. The ASA decided to pull the plug on the advert shown on 11 May after receiving nine complaints, four of which claimed that pigs used for the sausages were bred with restricted movement.
Read full article at: http://uk.news.yahoo.com/-misleading--tesco-sausage-ad-banned.html