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Being ill is bad for your health

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Brigadier, 14 Jun 2019.

  1. Brigadier

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    Contracted out :mrgreen:(y)
     
  3. Brigadier

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    Correlation is not causation(y)
     
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    It seems the problem was a good food chain supplier.

    Supply chain issues (n)
     
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    And part of the problem was that people actually ate the food (which wasn't always the case, when the catering was done in - house:sick:)
     
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    And to think that people used to complain about British Rail sandwiches.
     
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    Ive always loved hospital food. I was in for 4 days the other week. The food was really good. And they come round and asked our opinion.
    It's Greeeeeeat we said.
     
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    Outsourced(y)
     
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    No it was cooked by the nurses!
     
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    I find that hard to believe; shouldn't they be nursing ?
     
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    I was joking. Deliveroo delivered it..
     
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    Hardly hospital food, then!

    Unless it was hospital food, and you had it delivered to your home..... :cautious:
     
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    In this case it is. :p(y)
     
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    I honestly don't know if its farmed out but I fo think it's prepared on site. I was told they got an Italian chef in to improve the food.
     
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    "The Good Food Chain (plc) had been supplied with meat produced by North Country Cooked Meats (ltd)"

    Thus outsourced...

    "The deaths are related to pre-packed sandwiches and salads"

    Hardly prepared 'on-site' :rolleyes:

    And "The Salford business providing meat for the firm, North Country Cooked Meats, has since produced 'a positive test result for the outbreak strain of listeria' "
    (I guess a further clue is the word 'Cooked' ;) )

    Funnily enough www.ncqf.com is down at present, and the Good Food Chain's site has the well worn "but we hope the authorities will pursue their inquiries with all urgency so the wider industry can learn any lessons as soon as possible" phrase on it's homepage!
     
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