Food borne illness or diseases are caused by the consumption of contaminated, adulterated, toxic or unhygienically produced food products. Food-borne diseases can be lethal. Almost 1 in 10 people fall ill per year (approximately 600 million) and 420,000 lives lost per year due to food-borne diseases out of which 30% are children below 5 years of age. In European regions, more than 23 million people fall ill from unsafe food per year out of which 3 million are less than 5 years of age and leads to a mortality rate of 5000.
Liver and Kidney Failure
Brain and Neural Disorders