Date Published: 27 April 2009

Swine flu is not a food safety risk

Monday 27th April 2009: safefood would like to reassure consumers that pork and pork products on the island of Ireland are safe to eat. Swine influenza (swine ‘flu) does not pose a food safety risk as it cannot be transmitted through food.

safefood, following guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO) advises that pork and pork products can be prepared and eaten as usual, provided that they are handled hygienically while raw, and cooked thoroughly prior to consumption.

safefood will continue to monitor the situation.


Source: UNICEF Main Website.
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