Complications in food safety

Food safety involves the safe handling of food from the time it is grown, packaged, distributed, and prepared to prevent foodborne poisoning. Food safety is the responsibility of those who handle and prepare food commercially for delivery to consumers and of consumers who prepare and eat food in their homes. The most common serious complication of food poisoning is dehydration — a severe loss of water and essential salts and minerals. Kidney failure, chronic arthritis, brain and nerve damage are some other complications of food safety. However these complications can be prevented by taking some safety measures.

  • Causes of Food poisoning
  • kinds of food poisoning

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