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The case of restaurant owner Mohammed Zaman, who has been jailed for six years over the death of a customer with a peanut allergy, is thought to be a legal first which sets a precedent for food suppliers.
Mr Zaman was convicted of gross negligence manslaughter in relation to the death of 38-year-old Paul Wilson.
After the verdict, the Crown Prosecution Service said it showed that food suppliers had a duty of care towards their customers.
Allergic reactions to food kill around 10 people every year in the UK and many more need hospital treatment, Trading Standards have said.
The body urged businesses to get in touch with their council to ensure they are meeting their responsibilities.
This tragic case highlights the importance of following that advice and what can happen when it is ignored.
Businesses that are unsure of their responsibilities should contact the trading standards team at their local council immediately.
The mother of a man who died from a peanut allergy after eating a curry has spoken of her heartbreak at not being there to help her son.Read the full story ›
Mohammed Zaman has been jailed for six years after being found guilty of killing a customer who died from an allergic reaction to a curry.Read the full story ›