Originally Posted by saptech
So when we eat at restaurants, we may be paying for food poisoning? Interesting!
In a way, probably. Part of the cost of doing business is the insurance which I assume is there to protect the restaurant.
We do not pay for food poisoning; we occasionally get that as a free bonus. I visited a place that just could not get it through their head that undercooked chicken was not a good idea. Perfect way to get poisoned.
Some places no longer offer real Cesar Salads or rare steaks. Those that do, warn us patrons of the hazards of undercooked/raw food.