Foraging Terms

Totally Wild Food LTD courses take place in the open countryside and are by their very nature is not absolutely free from hazard.  Totally Wild Food LTD makes every effort to minimise risk to clients and instructs clients in the safe negotiation of such risk as may remain. Consequently, the client acknowledges that there are circumstances in which an accident could befall a client without  Totally Wild Food LTD being at fault and accepts that to that extent he / she is taking part in a  Totally Wild Food LTD course at his / her own risk. Totally Wild Food LTD only accepts liability for physical injury to a client that is shown to result from obvious and complete negligence on the part of Totally Wild Food LTD. The client acknowledges that other loss, damage and expense (including, without limitation, loss of money, loss or damage to clothes and possessions, losses arising on the cancellation of a booking and the expenses of delay and harm caused other than by the negligence of) Totally Wild Food LTD howsoever arising is not the responsibility of  Totally Wild Food LTD and that Totally Wild Food LTD liability is hereby limited.

During a course or event Totally Wild Food LTD act as wild food advisors, it is within the clients own choices as to whether or not they wish to eat the food provided to them, the client therefore takes liability for their own wellbeing. All foods discussed are either previously recorded as edible or have been eaten by the course leader, clients are in no way forced to eat anything.

Consumption of wild foods can potentially cause allergic reaction in certain individuals; we advise trying only small amounts of new wild foods on first consumption and there’s always the possibility of freak reaction which has no grounding or basis on the persons common bodily reactions to food Totally Wild Food LTD and its associated practitioners take no liability on these occasions.