The health food industry has seen a rapid upsurge in popularity over recent years. This is mainly due to awareness among consumers about the possible health hazards of standard food and personal care products.
With the use of pesticides, herbicides and other types of chemicals when growing and manufacturing products, the links to disease and other health risks have been earmarked – giving cause to many to seek alternatives. Nonetheless, even the health food industry is not beyond risks.
Products produced for the health food industry include:
- Natural foods
- Organic food
- Vitamins and other food supplements
- Personal-care and beauty products
Product Liability Insurance
Should harm occur to a consumer after using a health product, those involved in the manufacturing and distribution end, as well as those on the wholesale and retail front could be held liable. Product Liability Insurance can cover the potential risks and for financial damage.
Product recall coverage comes in various forms:
- Product Tampering
- Product Warranty Inefficiency
- Products Liability-Retroactive
- Hazardous/New Products Liability
- Product Recall Expenses
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Summary: Although the health food industry offers products that are touted as the safer alternative to standard food and personal care, there is risk exposure. Product Liability insurance can cover the exposure.