Homeless get Pret A Manger allergy alerts ...but Natasha didn't

Homeless get Pret A Manger allergy alerts ...but Natasha didn't

Pret A Manger has committed a "complete dereliction of duty", says the father of a girl who died after suffering an allergic reaction to one of their baguettes.

Natasha "was cheeky, she had a naughty sense of humour, and she was always just a delight to be around", Mrs Ednan-Laperouse said.

Clive Schlee, chief executive of the chain which has more than 500 stores including in Paris, Hong Kong, Dubai and several USA cities, said it was "deeply sorry for Natasha's death". Two hours later she had died from a cardiac arrest.

The sandwich chain donates unsold food at the end of the day and distributes it to homelessness shelters across the country via the Pret Foundation Trust.

He added: "We are campaigning now, taking our voice if you like to raise awareness about this issue, which is actually an extraordinarily poignant one for families, and there are many in the United Kingdom that have allergic children, and we feel that what we're saying will resonate deeply with them".

"We've listened to everything the coroner and Natasha's family have said this week and we will learn from it". He added that the tragedy of Natasha's death "should serve as a watershed moment to make meaningful change to save lives".

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The girl's father said Natasha was "always aware of her allergies" which she had "grown up with".

Pret's outlets typically have adjacent kitchens allowing for "incomplete labelling of food products", according to Dr Richard Hyde, associate professor in law at the University of Nottingham.

They have spearheaded calls for tougher action, and Environment Secretary Michael Gove said it would be a "fitting tribute" for any change in legislation to be called Natasha's Law.

A coroner concluded the teen had been "reassured by that" and said he would advise the government on whether food labelling regulations should be tightened.

Pret a Manger turned over £879m past year, up over 13 per cent from 2016. "Dr Cummings also slammed her 'terrible" ordeal on the BA flight where heart stopped but cabin crew said it was too risky to get a defibrillator because they were descending to land and needed to stand by the doors.

The company told the Sunday Times: "This is a tragic case". The shop at Heathrow Airport where Natasha bought her sandwich relied on stickers on food display units that said allergy information was available by asking staff or visiting the firm's website. "And we would imagine her punching the air if there was a law that honoured her memory to reduce the chance of this ever happening again". I knew then she was gone - she was dead.' Natasha's holiday to Nice, France, where the family owned an apartment, was the first time she had gone away without her mother.

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