The lunch included fried chicken, a tuna/potato dish, seaweed salad, as well as rice, and miso soup
Mass Food Poisoning Hits Japan Schools

Around 3,500 teachers and students at several public schools in Japan's Yashio city have become sick with diarrhoea and stomach pains in a mass food poisoning outbreak. As per reports, 3,453 people in 15 elementary and middle schools in Yashio, had been affected after eating a lunch supplied by the TQC cooperative. Nobody at TQC were reachable even after repeated attempts by Reuters.

Fri, 03 Jul 2020 - 05:19 AM / by Atishay Jain

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