Mixed reaction from industry after agency issues statement on earlier E. coli outbreak

A public statement released by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) on a UK E. coli outbreak earlier this year has provoked a mixed reaction in the fresh produce industry.

by Rachel Sixsmith
The FSA statement, which mentions leeks and potatoes is expected to have a damaging effect for UK-grown produce - image: HW
The FSA statement, which mentions leeks and potatoes is expected to have a damaging effect for UK-grown produce - image: HW

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