Mouse control in the Food industry
The Food safety Act 1990 states that “to the purchaser’s prejudice, any person who, provides any food which is not of the nature or substance or quality demanded by the purchaser, shall be guilty of an offence”.
Mouse pest control forms a large part of our daily pest control operations in both domestic and business premises – and for good reason.
Mice carry a host of diseases including listeriosis, salmonella, Hantavirus, and others. They contaminate food and drink with droppings, urine and hair – and as if all this were not bad enough, they may also carry fleas that can transmit disease to humans when they bite.
We provide pro-active pest control to many restaurants, hotels, shops and food production companies, both large and small, to help prevent rodent control problems occurring.