- How often do you visit supermarkets?
- Do you order food products online? Why or why not?
- recall /ri-KAWL/
- risk /risk/
- consume /kuhn-SOOM/
- refund /ri-FUHND/
- investigate /in-VES-ti-geyt/
[verb] – to order the return of a product made by a company because of a fault in the product
The store had to recall numerous gummy candies.
[noun] – the possibility of something bad happening
This area is facing a high risk of flooding.
[verb] – to eat or drink, especially a lot of something
Kevin consumed large amounts of macaroni and cheese.
[noun] – an amount of money that is given back to you, especially because you are not happy with a product or service that you have bought
I received the wrong product. I must ask for a refund from the store.
[verb] – to examine a crime, problem, statement, etc. carefully, especially to discover the truth
The organization has tried to investigate the origin of COVID-19.
Sainsbury’s has asked customers not to consume the chicken products and to return them to their nearest Sainsbury’s store, where they will receive a full refund. Symptoms of salmonella poisoning include diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach cramps. Cranswick has been working with FSA to investigate the case.
- What are some of the chicken products that UK supermarkets removed from their shelves?
- What are some of the brands that had to recall chicken products?
- What did Sainsbury’s ask its customers to do?
- What are the symptoms of salmonella poisoning?
- Who is Cranswick working with to investigate the case?
- Have you ever heard of any food safety issues in your country? If yes, please tell me about them.
- What factors do you consider before buying food products?
- What would you do if you were the CEO of a company affected by the salmonella outbreak?
- Do you think UK stores could have prevented the recall of chicken products?
- In your opinion, how can we ensure food safety at home?