Chef found guilty for undercooked shepherd's pie that killed one, left 31 ill

Chef found guilty for undercooked shepherd's pie that killed one, left 31 ill

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12/3/2021 3:19:00 AM

Chef found guilty for undercooked shepherd's pie that killed one, left 31 ill

A 92-year-old woman died after consuming a 'rushed' shepherd's pie served to a church congregation.

Croucher, who has worked in the food industry for over two decades, was charged with"contravening food regulations" and sentenced to four months in jail and given a suspension of 12 months. He no longer works at the pub, but said in a courtroom statement that he is now a"better chef" because of the"horrible, horrible" incident.

"Remorse is an understatement," Croucher said in court."This is something I will never forget. Because of it, I am a better chef and it is just a shame the cost of it had to be what it was."The judge in the case also had concerns about the record of the pub itself. While members of the congregation who were sickened said that they didn't want retribution against the Crewe Arms, its owner or Croucher himself, Campbell said that there is"evidence" that the incident was"not a one-off mistake."

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Is it OK to eat a rare hamburger? Croucher, who has worked in the food industry for over two decades, was charged with"contravening food regulations" and sentenced to four months in jail and given a suspension of 12 months. He no longer works at the pub, but said in a courtroom statement that he is now a"better chef" because of the"horrible, horrible" incident. "Remorse is an understatement," Croucher said in court."This is something I will never forget. Because of it, I am a better chef and it is just a shame the cost of it had to be what it was." The judge in the case also had concerns about the record of the pub itself. While members of the congregation who were sickened said that they didn't want retribution against the Crewe Arms, its owner or Croucher himself, Campbell said that there is"evidence" that the incident was"not a one-off mistake." "The pub should have been taking steps to be improving. Inspections in 2015 gave it three stars and in 2017 gave it only a one star," Campbell said. According to Newsweek , the pub's reputation has increased since then: It currently has a maximum score of five stars on hygiene. The owner of the pub admitted to three charges of contravening food regulations and was fined £9,000 (about $12,000) and ordered to pay £1,000 (about $1,300) in court costs. His company was also fined almost £3,000 (about $4,000), according to the Guardian.