EU: EFSA sees more non-animal origin food borne illnesses

By Katy Askew | 10 January 2013

The European Food Safety Authority has reported a rise in the number of cases of food borne illnesses originating from foods of a non-animal origin.

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The European Food Safety Authority has reported a rise in the number of cases of food borne illnesses originating from foods of a non-animal origin.

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