Food regulations in the UK are covered by the 178/2002 provisions, which states in Article 14 that food shall not be placed in the market if it is unsafe.
Food is deemed to be unsafe if it is injurious to health or unfit for human consumption.
If you have suffered food poisoning in the UK, you can claim against the food provider if these regulations are found to have been breached.
If you suffered an allergic reaction to food not properly labelled, then additional legislation also covers you to make a claim for negligence.
If you think you could be entitled to make a claim, contact us today by phone, email, our live chat system or the claims calculator located at the top of the page. We will assess your case and give you an estimate of how much compensation you could be awarded!
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