However, the advice of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland and Safefood: The Food Safety Promotion Board is that chicken and other poultry are safe to eat.
What does FSPB stand for?
FSPB stands for Food Safety Promotion Board (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Clare McKeon HAVE you seen those ridiculous Food safety Promotion Board ads?
And a Food Safety Promotion Board study was released after the death of 18-year-old Limerick student Ross Cooney in 1999.
In a hard-hitting report Food Safety Promotion Board bosses said the drinks could be lethal when mixed with alcohol such as vodka.
An expert group from the Food Safety Promotion Board (FSPB) has recommended that a clear warning be placed on the cans.
Food Safety Promotion Board director Tom Quigley said: "The aim of the project is to identify the source of the food poisoning as quickly as possible and to prevent others being contaminated.
The drink, along with other stimulants, has been the subject of a Food Safety Promotion Board (FSPB) probe in Ireland since the death of a Limerick student in 1999.