Celia Marsh suffered an anaphylactic reaction after consuming a product that was supposed to be dairy-free

Leigh Day will represent the family of Celia Marsh, who tragically died after she suffered an anaphylactic reaction caused by the consumption of a Pret a Manger product, at a pre-inquest review (PIR) hearing today (Tuesday 2 August).

The PIR hearing regarding Celia’s death will be held at Avon Coroner’s Court, Old Weston Road, Flax Bourton, BS48 1UL, at 10:30am. The hearing will be held remotely.

Celia died aged 42 on 27 December 2017 following an anaphylactic reaction caused by the consumption of a Pret A Manger super-veg rainbow flatbread. The flatbread contained a coconut milk yoghurt alternative supplied by company CoYo, that was supposed to be dairy free. 

Celia, a mother of five from Melksham...

Suzanne Townley
News Editor
Solicitors Journal

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