UK security committees will investigate UK-based food company, Hobbits Home, after a customer died and a food safety incident last week.
Hobbits owner David Wellington said the Home and Garden Show was the first time he had ever been involved in an incident like this.
He said he was aware of the risks involved, and that the company was taking appropriate steps to minimise the risks.
He also said that Hobbits had taken a number of measures to minimised the risk to customers.
Wellington, who is from Dorset, said that the risk was much lower than the one the company had experienced when it was contacted by customers in the UK about the death of a woman last year.
He described the food as safe.
Hobkeys Home, which makes food and catering for children and elderly, was contacted last week after a report of a customer with cardiac arrest and a collapsed abdomen who was being treated in hospital.
The company had been in the process of setting up an emergency response team in the US and had been contacted by US authorities.
The food company confirmed the patient’s death to the company and contacted the UK Food Standards Agency.
Well, who has been working in Hobbits for three years, said he had worked with customers from the UK and the US, as well as a number from overseas, who were concerned about the safety of the food.
“We’ve been working closely with the US Food Standards, but in this case it’s a UK food company that’s been the first point of contact for us,” he said.
“In the UK, it’s all about ensuring that our food is safe for us and our customers.”
Hobbits has set up a food response team, but said it was not in a position to provide advice on what to do next.
It said it had worked closely with local authorities in the areas affected by the incident, including the police, fire service, local authorities and NHS England.
Well said he hoped to meet with the Home Office, the police and other authorities in order to ensure the safety and wellbeing of his customers.
“If it’s something that we have to do, we’ll take it,” he added.
“I think it’s just as important that people do understand the situation.”
UK Food Safety Authority chief executive Simon Jones said that when it came to food safety, the Food Standards Act was the primary focus of the government.
He told the BBC’s Today programme: “What we’ve got is a very good relationship with the food industry.
I can assure you that the food sector has a responsibility for the safety, well-being and well-functioning of all of its customers.” “
It’s a complex problem.
I can assure you that the food sector has a responsibility for the safety, well-being and well-functioning of all of its customers.”
The company has also said it is working with the Department of Health to ensure that the safety measures taken to minimises the risks are carried out. “
The Home Office takes food safety very seriously and works closely with all the relevant authorities and regulators.”
The company has also said it is working with the Department of Health to ensure that the safety measures taken to minimises the risks are carried out.
Hobbies Home is the fourth food safety company to have had its licence cancelled.
It was also fined £5,000 for not having proper food safety procedures in place.
The previous three food safety regulators have also been told to cease and desist from carrying out any further work for the food and drink industry.
The Food Standards Authority is now examining the incident.