An adverse food event refers to any injury occurring at the time a food is used, whether or not it is identified as a cause of the injury. Adverse food reaction can be caused by food allergy, food contamination, food intolerance or even physical responses such as choking. FDA maintains the largest adverse food event database, which contains more than 60,000 records. Start your search now.
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