Corrective Action Report (follow up announcement)We have now included (January 2017) the Corrective Action Report (C.A.R) into the audit requirements, under the Documentation section, and [...]
E.coli (Escherichia coli), is a type of bacteria that lives in your intestines and those of animals (cattle and poultry). Most types of E.coli are harmless to us and are actually important for our internal gut flora. However, of concern to us are those strains of E.coli that are bad and dangerous to us. Meaning those that can cause diarrhoea if you eat contaminated food or drink “dirty” water.