UK: More Britons prepared to complain about food safety problems
A survey by the Food and Drink Federation reveals that the stereotype British reluctance to 'cause a fuss' is being whittled away by a growing willingness to complain about poorly cooked food. The survey showed that nine out of ten Britons would kick up a fuss and complain if they were served pink chicken in a restaurant. Eating undercooked poultry and rare minced products such as burgers and sausages is a major cause of food poisoning and in total it is estimated that there are up to 4.5 million cases of food poisoning in the UK each year*.
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