I’ve screwed up. I’ve done time. Maybe not enough, that’s another discussion.
With Peanut Corporation of America CEO Stewart Parnell back in the nut business after killing 9 and sickening 700, there’s a move afoot for stricter penalties for those who knowingly market unsafe food.
BBC News reports that Ramazan Aslan, the former owner of some hole-in0the-wall takeaway in Walse that was the likely source of an E. coli outbreak that sickened four, will face charges in court.
He will face a number of food hygiene offences.
The National Public Health Service for Wales said in 2009 that the Llay Fish Bar, Llay – now operating under new ownership – was the likely source.
Four people, including a three-year-old girl, had the same strain of E.coli after buying food from the premises in July last year.