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Man Utd under investigation over alleged food poisoning at Old Trafford

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Manchester United are facing scrutiny from Trafford Council after multiple individuals reported becoming ill following an event held at Old Trafford, allegedly due to consuming raw chicken served at the event.

In addition to the council’s investigation according to The Athletic, Manchester United has also launched an internal probe into the incident, prompted by complaints received from guests who attended the event. The exact nature of the event remains undisclosed.

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Symptoms associated with food poisoning include diarrhea, fever, stomach cramps, nausea, and vomiting. Salmonella, a bacterial infection linked to raw chicken consumption, can lead to hospitalization.

The investigations aim to determine whether the guests’ ailments stem from food consumed at United’s premises or if other factors contributed to their illnesses.

Manchester United’s current food hygiene rating, the highest achievable, stands at ‘5: Very Good’ on the government’s website. However, the alleged raw chicken incident could jeopardize this rating.

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Old Trafford’s annual Food Standards Agency inspection was scheduled for October 23, but the club’s rating remains unchanged for the year 2023 as reported by The Athletic.

The FSA, an independent government department tasked with safeguarding public health, evaluates food handling, storage and preparation practices, as well as facility cleanliness.

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Manchester United’s battle to protect their hygiene rating coincides with the impending confirmation of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s substantial £1.3 billion investment in the coming weeks.

“Manchester United declined to comment when approached by The Athletic on Friday evening” The Athletic stated

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