Help prevent further incidents of food poisoning.
Each year, millions of people get food poisoning and thousands die. The majority of cases are unreported due to mild illness, limited public knowledge of reporting methods, and the absence of laboratory confirmation of disease.
Reporting improves the timely detection of foodborne outbreaks, helping prevent more illnesses from occurring. Reporting helps improve the accuracy of estimated foodborne disease rates. It helps evaluate food policies, and keeps communities safe.
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Recent Interesting Reports
“3 hours after eating food on QR 232 - business class - i started vomited and used toilet many times . Before i didn't eat nothing even not in lounge in BEG - i drank only sparkling water . After Landing in doha i was Admited in Al Whakra hospital... See More”
“The USDA's Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) has issued a public health alert for raw frozen ground beef products sold to consumers at ShopRite stores, as Landis Brand, and more made from beef imported from Ontario, Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced the beef recall by Ryding-Regency Meat... See More”
“I ate chicken bacon swiss, curly fry, drink at 5:29.58 pm. Right now I get up approx 2 am...feeling like vomiting, so strong nausea...waiting to vomiting. i could not sleep at all too sick. I have been in and out bathroom numerous time...diarrhea. Now I just back from bathroom...just had... See More”