The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has canceled the company’s license because of food safety concerns.

Since late March 2024, SFA has received several complaints about the safety of home-delivery catered meals provided by five web-based businesses.

Some of the problems included undercooked and moldy food or the presence of foreign

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Authorities in Singapore have suspended the license of a caterer because almost 30 people became sick after eating food prepared by the business.

The Ministry of Health (MOH) and Singapore Food Agency (SFA) are investigating reports earlier this month of gastroenteritis affecting 29 people who developed symptoms after eating food
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Health authorities in Australia have closed a catering firm while they investigate the death of a woman who contracted listeriosis.

Officials at the Department of Health and Human Services in the state of Victoria said the confirmed case of listeriosis may be linked to consumption of food supplied to a
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It’s back to the trial court for the parties in a 4-year-old Georgia foodborne illness case where guests at a wedding rehearsal dinner were sickened after eating a catered meal of barbecue chicken and some side dishes.

The Georgia State Supreme Court revived the case in a ruling that overturned
Continue Reading Georgia’s high court says juries, not judges, should decide whether food poisoning cases move forward