Month: January 2017

Commercial Kitchens – A Case for Antimicrobial Cladding

In September 2016, the UK Food Standards Agency found that almost 30,000 businesses, or 6.4% of the total, had failed their inspections, including more than 7,000 takeaways and 8,000 restaurants. The analysis revealed a huge variation in hygiene levels across the country, with some local authorities failing large numbers of food establishments and others failing […]

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Go for the Cure, but Don’t Forget Prevention!

Last month, the Sepsis Trust challenged the Department of Health’s estimates for the numbers of people dying from superbugs in the UK, claiming that their estimate of 5,000 deaths per annum was flawed and that the true figure is more like 12,000. If the Sepsis Trust are right, this means that superbugs now kill more […]

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