Katey Pigden reports
If the catering industry wasn't taking allergies seriously before, it should certainly be sitting up and taking note now. Restaurateurs and foodservice businesses have been given a clear warning about the consequences
for failing to do so after a restaurant owner was convicted of manslaughter last month.
In what is thought to be a legal first for the industry, Indian restaurant owner Mohammed Khalique Zaman was sentenced to six years' imprisonment after 38-year-old Paul Wilson suffered a fatal anaphylactic reaction to the
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