USDA Sued Over Failure to Address High Rates of Fecal Bacteria on Chicken STORY AT-A-GLANCE According to preliminary data from the CDC, there were 25,606 food-borne infections, 5,893 hospitalizations and 120 deaths from food poisoning in 2018. In 2017, there were 24,484 infections, 5,677 hospitalization and 122 deaths Poultry is a major source of Campylobacter, which has been the most commonly identified infection since 2013. … Continue reading The Filthiest & Most Dangerous Food You Can Eat is Probably What You’re Having for Dinner Tonight!
I’m not here to ‘doom and gloom’ you; however, for those of you who have compromised immune systems, are suffering from any disease, and/or have to be hospitalized, you truly need to read and know this. ~NationalAddictionNews.com While sifting through the bacterial genome of salmonella, Cornell University food scientists discovered mcr-9, a new stealthy, jumping gene so diabolical and robust that it resists one of the … Continue reading New Superbug Gene Discovered, Resistant To Last-Resort Antibiotic
Avocados are one of the nation’s favorite foods. But did you know you should wash the skin before eating them? That’s the advice of a Food and Drug Administration report which found that pathogens can be transferred from the peel to the edible flesh inside when you cut them open. As part of an initiative to keep contaminated food from reaching consumers, the FDA collected more than 1,500 … Continue reading Avocados, Salmonella & Listeria
STORY AT-A-GLANCE Salmonella Newport is strongly linked to dairy cows, which are routinely sold for meat when their milk production wanes. One reason for declining milk production, besides age, is subclinical Salmonella infection, especially S. Newport infection October 4, 2018, the world’s largest meatpacker, JBS Tolleson, recalled more than 6.9 million pounds of raw beef due to possible contamination with Salmonella Newport Products subject to … Continue reading POISONED MEAT – You may want to read this BEFORE dinner!
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