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How do I test thee? Let me count the ways

20 May 2019

Editor’s note: This is part of a series on food safety costs for businesses. The series is sponsored by CERTUS Food Safety. This piece explores different pathogen testing methods for environmental mon

Letter to the Editor: The Oath (Version 01)

20 May 2019

Opinion Editor’s note: Letters to the Editor can be submitted via the Contact Us link on our website. Dear Editor, When the Washington Post published a story, “Pork industry soon will have more power

Publisher’s Platform: The Hepatitis A broken record — Restaurant workers should be vaccinated

20 May 2019

Opinion Editor’s note: May is Hepatitis Awareness Month and today is Hepatitis Testing Day. For more information, click here to visit the CDC page. I am sure the idiom, “you sound like a broken record

Recipe for pathogen destruction: A little air, a little electricity, a flip of a switch

20 May 2019

What if you could kill 99 percent of the potentially harmful bacteria on the surface of your fresh produce in one minute with just the flip of a switch? Consumers could have devices similar in size an

One ton of beef frankfurters recalled for containing metal

20 May 2019

Chicago’s Vienna Beef Ltd. has recalled approximately 2,030 pounds of beef frank links products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically metal, according to the U.S. Depa

Scientists say freezing steak tartare can decrease Toxoplasma infections

20 May 2019

Dutch researchers have advised freezing filet americain to reduce infection risk from the microscopic parasite Toxoplasma. If filet americain, known in the United States as steak tartare, is frozen fo

Botulism cases linked to hummus in Argentina

20 May 2019

Two cases of foodborne botulism linked to hummus have been confirmed by Argentinian health authorities. The National Administration of Drugs, Foods and Medical Devices (ANMAT) reported that an investi

Caito Foods recalls chicken salad because labels do not include soy alert

20 May 2019

Indianapolis-based Caito Foods LLC has recalled approximately 1,767 pounds of salad with chicken products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s

Manufacturer recalls ‘dairy free’ dessert for undeclared milk; complaint logged

20 May 2019

Following a consumer complaint, Dairy Free Horchata Frozen Dessert Sandwiches are being recalled by Coolhaus because they may contain milk. If the product is consumed by people who have an allergy or

Trends and advertising claims don't mean countertop cookers are safe

20 May 2019

If you’re considering picking up some of those electric pressure cookers at early summer garage sales thinking they’d be a handy, easy way to put up small batches of fresh produce for use next winter,

Study: Lab work in South Africa’s Listeria outbreak was ‘remarkable’

20 May 2019

Researchers have described how a laboratory handled increased demand during the 2017-2018 listeriosis outbreak in South Africa.

Authorities bust criminal ring dealing in ‘yellow gold’ aka fake olive oil

16 May 2019

The operation named “Oro Giallo” — Yellow gold in English — involving Europol, Eurojust, the NAS Carabinieri from Italy, the Italian public prosecution office of Foggia, and the tribunal of Darmstadt in Germany, led to the arrest of 24 people and seizure...

Developing effective sanitation practices requires strategy and teamwork 

13 May 2019

Editor’s note: This is part of a series on food safety costs for businesses. The series is sponsored by CERTUS Food Safety. This piece explores the development of effective sanitation practices.  When

Prop 65 may be requiring more warnings by more food companies

13 May 2019

Almost as many food companies this year have been caught up in California’s Proposition 65 cancer and toxic warnings than during all of last year. Speaking last week in Chicago, Food Industry Co

Publix recalls Biltmore brand smoked salmon for Listeria risk

13 May 2019

State tests by Florida inspectors spurred officials with the Publix grocery store chain to recall Biltmore branded smoked salmon because of the risk of Listeria monocytogenes. The implicated fish was

Letter From the Editor: The four horsemen speak at Town Hall

13 May 2019

Opinion There are at least two ways to generate a crowd at a food safety conference. You can do a panel of opponents where individuals who’ve been on opposite sides speak from the same podium. T

Researchers recommend heating raw milk to kill pathogens

13 May 2019

Researchers looking at Shiga toxin-producing E. coli and Campylobacter jejuni in unpasteurized, raw milk in Finland have advised heat treatment before consumption. The study suggested milk filters are

Researchers say vaccinations could stamp out hepatitis A outbreaks

13 May 2019

Reports of hepatitis A infections in the United States increased by about 300 percent in 2016-2018 compared with the previous two years, according to research published this week by the Centers for Di

Alfalfa sprouts linked to Salmonella outbreak in New Zealand

13 May 2019

Almost 70 people have fallen ill in New Zealand with Salmonella infections from alfalfa sprouts. GSF Fresh New Zealand recalled some of its Pams, Sproutman and Fresh Harvest branded sprout products be

CDC says certain fresh oysters from Mexico linked to illnesses in the U.S.

13 May 2019

Following a health warning earlier this week from California officials about fresh oysters from Mexico, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Protection issued its own public alert today. The CDC i

Mecox Bay Dairy recalls cheese after samples test positive for Listeria

13 May 2019

Mecox Bay Dairy LLC, a company based in New York, is recalling an undisclosed volume of its “Mecox Sunrise” washed-rind Tomme style cheese because state inspectors found Listeria contamina

Case count revised in French E. coli outbreak traced to cheese

13 May 2019

Officials with the French public health agency have revised down the number of cases in an E. coli outbreak linked to raw milk cheese. Federal law in France does not require that E. coli infections be

It’s no simple process to become a food safety ‘thought leader’

09 May 2019

CHICAGO — Oscar Garrison, senior vice president of food safety regulatory affairs for United Egg Producers, is one of the speakers at this week’s Food Safety Summit who is ending the week as a &

FSA gives update on Brexit planning, food crime and allergen labeling

09 May 2019

The Food Standards Agency is ready for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union with a new approach to understand risk and more surveillance, according to the authority’s leader. Heather Hancock

Elman’s brand Dressing recalled for undeclared sesame, wheat, gluten

09 May 2019

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning people who have celiac disease or other gluten-related disorders, or an allergy to sesame or wheat, not to eat Elman’s brand Dressing becaus

Scottish survey looks at consumer perception of food safety risk

09 May 2019

Risks from undercooked chicken and unpasteurized cheese are of low concern to the public, according to a survey for Food Standards Scotland (FSS). To help consumers in Scotland be aware of foodborne r

There’s good call for optimism, but grave reasons for concern remain

09 May 2019

The pattern is well established. Bad things happen, and then good things happen as a result.  But, one man who is uniquely positioned to peer into the future with an informed eye doesn’t think the foo

Experts discuss digital’s role in food safety at international forum

09 May 2019

GENEVA — A lack of transparency is the Achilles heel of food safety, according to the deputy commissioner for food policy and response at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Frank Yiannas said the

More eggs recalled as Salmonella outbreak investigation continues

09 May 2019

Port Stephens Eggs has issued a recall in Australia because of potential Salmonella Enteritidis contamination. Eggs were sold at local butchers, independent supermarkets and retailers in Port Stephens

Undeclared soy necessitates recall of frozen, ready-to-eat meatballs

09 May 2019

A California company is recalling about 1,600 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken meatballs because they contain a soy ingredient that is not declared on the label, which is a violation of federal law. San

Cargill recalls feed for excessive aflatoxins; handlers at risk of liver damage

09 May 2019

Cargill pulled a variety of animal feeds with excessive levels of aflatoxins from retail shelves from February through April, but the company did not announce the action until this week. Aflatoxin is

U.S. received cheese linked to French E. coli outbreak

09 May 2019

Authorities in the United States have confirmed the country did receive a “small” amount of raw cow’s milk cheese that has been linked to an E. coli O26 outbreak in France. There are a number of confi

Man with listeriosis given 50-50 chance tells of toll on family

25 March 2019

A man who was hospitalized for three weeks and in a coma for six days has told how the South African Listeria outbreak has taken a toll on him and his family.

Multiple recalls to chase down ham responsible for Listeriosis outbreak in South

07 October 2018

The country hams that some say are the quintessential dish of the South became, during this past weekend, suspects in a deadly listeriosis outbreak. Four people, three in Virginia and one in North Car

FSIS posts partial list of retailers that sold beef linked to Salmonella outbreak

07 October 2018

Federal officials have begun releasing names of specific grocery stores and other businesses that received some of the 6.9 million pounds of recalled ground beef and non-intact beef products that are

FDA cites botulism risk at seafood plant, filthy conditions at condiment plant

07 October 2018

The FDA recently sent warning letters to officials with a seafood processing plant in Brooklyn, NY, and a company in Puerto Rico that makes seasoning mixes for export to the United States.  Both comp

Coca-Cola recalls iced tea due to â??quality issueâ??

06 October 2018

Coca-Cola Deutschland has recalled certain bottles of one of its ready-to-drink iced tea brands due to a product quality issue. Fuze Tea Pfirsich in a 1 liter PET plastic bottle with expiry dates Aug.

Chicken tenders recalled for misbranding and undeclared allergen

05 October 2018

About 1,778 pounds of ready-to-eat breaded chicken tender products that may contain milk (whey), a known allergen that was not declared on the finished product label, were subjects of a recall Friday

Seven sick in UK from Salmonella in liquid egg whites

05 October 2018

Authorities in the United Kingdom and Ireland are investigating Salmonella illnesses linked to a brand of liquid egg whites. Seven confirmed cases of Salmonella Enteritidis have been reported in the U

9.1 tons of meat and poultry deli products recalled for possible Listeria

05 October 2018

Richmond, VA-based Ukropâ??s Homestyle Foods late Friday recalled approximately 18,296 pounds of ready-to-eat meat and poultry deli-sliced products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes,

Treating virulent strain of Salmonella as adulterant in largest beef recall in history

04 October 2018

Yesterdayâ??s big beef recall is the largest in history for possible Salmonella contamination, says retired USDA microbiologist Carl Custer.  â??Never such a massive recall on ground beef related to

Will the foodservice industry ever knock down itâ??s brick wall of denial?

04 October 2018

Opinion Day after day, I watch the list of foodborne illness casualties accumulate.  As a food safety expert, I receive a ridiculous number of recall alerts and foodborne illness outbreak notices dai

U.S. representative wants to know what FDA is doing to ensure egg safety

04 October 2018

A day after the CDC reported two dozen more people have been confirmed with Salmonella infections traced to eggs, a member of Congress asked the head of the Food and Drug Administration to explain wha

JBS in massive beef recall over 16-state Salmonella outbreak with 57 illnesses

04 October 2018

Raw ground beef is the probable source of a new 16-state Salmonella outbreak involving 57 illnesses, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Thur

Listeria illnesses spurs recall of ready-to-eat ham products; one person dead

03 October 2018

Smithfield, NC-based Johnston County Hams Inc. initiated a recall on Wednesday of more than 89,000 pounds of ready-to-eat ham in relation to Listeria monocytogenes infections. Some of the recalled pro

FDA enforcement delay provides time to educate produce growers on safety

03 October 2018

Opinion Editorâ??s note: The FDA’s Scott Gottlieb and Stephen Ostroff each present views on fresh produce safety in this column.  By Scott Gottlieb Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Admi

New Zealand ready to review regulations for raw milk sales

03 October 2018

Two and half years ago, the government of New Zealand struck a blow for food safety by limiting raw milk sales to registered dairy farms where farm gate purchases and home delivery are permitted. The

Test shows Listeria monocytogenes in smoked salmon; recall underway

03 October 2018

Canadian food safety officials are investigating smoked salmon marketed by Monsieur Ã?mile Smokehouse after government testing found Listeria monocytogenes in the companyâ??s product. The Canadian Foo

Africa sets sights on tackling foodborne disease burden

03 October 2018

An index to help tackle the burden of foodborne diseases in Africa launched this week. The African Food Safety Index (AFSI) was unveiled by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation

CDC, FDA urge public to look for Gravel Ridge eggs; more states report illnesses

02 October 2018

During the past three weeks public health officers confirmed another two dozen people with Salmonella Enteritidis infections in an outbreak traced to cage-free eggs from Gravel Ridge Farms. Federal an

On eve of genetic disclosures on food, public is mostly confused

02 October 2018

The nomenclature is likely to be front and center when the U.S. Department of Agriculture publishes final bioengineered food disclosure labeling standards. It’s been in the works for the past tw

Canadaâ??s deadly Salmonella outbreak spurs another recall

02 October 2018

Loblaw Companies Ltd. is recalling certain $10 brand frozen “Chicken Fries” from the marketplace because of possible Salmonella contamination, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Age

More data published from BPA study; results â??support the safety of BPAâ??

02 October 2018

More research has been released by the United States National Toxicology Program (NTP) as part of a landmark study on the safety of bisphenol A (BPA). The Consortium Linking Academic and Regulatory In

Campylobacter and Salmonella behind most outbreaks in Germany

02 October 2018

Almost 400 foodborne outbreaks occurred in Germany last year, according to a report. Most outbreaks with high evidence were caused by raw milk. A total of 389 outbreaks involved at least 2,277 illnes

New U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal maintains status quo on food safety

02 October 2018

The new U.S.-Mexico-Canada-Agreement, USMCA contains food safety provisions not unlike the North American Free Trade Agreement it seeks to replace, but not the kind of changes some wanted. Fulfilling

FDA says pesticide/herbicide levels OK in most food; glyphosate within legal limits

02 October 2018

A special testing program showed more than 60 percent of corn and soybeans sampled by the Food and Drug Administration were positive for glyphosate and glufosinate residues in FY 2016, but none of the

Faces of Food Safety: Meet Paul Moede of FSIS

02 October 2018

Contributed Editorâ??s note: This is a recent installment in a series of employee profiles being published by the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ??s Food Safety Inspection Service, republished here wi

LGA calls for display of food hygiene ratings in England

02 October 2018

The Local Government Association (LGA) has renewed calls for all businesses serving food in England to be forced to display food hygiene ratings. Recent figures have shown half of businesses in Englan

Researchers detail rare outbreak of paralytic shellfish poisoning

02 October 2018

Australian researchers have examined an outbreak of paralytic shellfish poisoning in 2015 that caused at least four cases in Tasmania. Paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) is a rare illness caused by e

Dave Theno Fellow: Emily Forauer pursues food safety advances in the lab

01 October 2018

Opinion Editorâ??s note: This is the final piece in a series of articles and opinion columns we have published in recognition of September as Food Safety Education Month. A fortuitous combination of a

Poultry line speed waivers possible if producers meet new criteria

01 October 2018

To get a “speed waiver” to run an “evisceration line” at up to 175 birds per minute, rather than the current 140 bpm, is going to require poultry businesses to jump through a f

County links E. coli outbreak to ham products from local meat market

01 October 2018

A county health department in Missouri has linked four confirmed cases of E. coli O157:H7 infection to ham sold by a local meat market. The business is recalling some of its products. Williams Brother

Ice cream maker expands recall; stops production because of Listeria

01 October 2018

A micro-creamery owner has closed up shop until further notice because state testing found Listeria monocytogenes in his companyâ??s ice cream and production plant. The owner also expanded a previous

FDA releases video testimonials to enhance retail food safety education

01 October 2018

Contributed Editorâ??s note: This is part of series of articles and opinion columns we are publishing in recognition of September as Food Safety Education Month. In an effort to enhance retail food sa

Honey Smacks producer named; says Salmonella outbreak was wake-up call

28 September 2018

The FDA has finally confirmed that Kerry Inc. manufactured the Kelloggâ??s Honey Smacks traced to a Salmonella Mbandaka outbreak that sickened people across 36 states. Documents show the manufacturer

Ferrero investigates â??soapyâ?? chocolate concerns after consumer complaint

28 September 2018

One lot of Ferreroâ??s Kinder chocolate is being recalled in Lithuania because of a soapy aftertaste and smell. The State Food and Veterinary Service of Lithuania (VMVT) said action was prompted by a

E. coli levels in private water supplies in Scotland deemed â??unacceptableâ??

28 September 2018

Findings of E. coli in more than one in 10 tests on private water supplies in Scotland is â??unacceptable,â?? according to the body that regulates water quality. A report from Scotlandâ??s Drinking Wa

UPDATED: CDC declares Honey Smacks Salmonella outbreak is over; warning continues

28 September 2018

The CDC has declared the Salmonella Mbandaka outbreak traced to Kelloggâ??s Honey Smacks is over, with 135 having been confirmed infected, but the agency is continuing to urge consumers to make sure t

UPDATED:CDC declares Honey Smacks Salmonella outbreak is over; warning continues

28 September 2018

The CDC has declared the Salmonella Mbandaka outbreak traced to Kelloggâ??s Honey Smacks is over, with 135 having been confirmed infected, but the agency is continuing to urge consumers to make sure t

That Venezuela Vibrio outbreak is over, but CDC still advises caution

27 September 2018

Fresh crab meat imported from the failed state of Venezuela caused 26 consumers in eight U.S. jurisdictions to suffer from Vibrio parahaemolyticus infections between April 1 and July 19 of this year,

PepsiCo recalls peanuts because of aflatoxin levels

27 September 2018

PepsiCo has recalled a brand of peanuts from multiple countries due to higher than permitted levels of aflatoxin. Duyvis Peanuts zout-Sel 200-gram with dates July 13 and 20, 2019, and lot numbers 0001

Mauna Loa recalls some cookies, all flavors of macadamia nuts for E. coli risk

27 September 2018

Hawaii officials are investigating E. coli contamination in well water that has prompted the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut company to recall more than 20 products. â??There is clear evidence that food produ

Lack of clarity around extent and cause of foodborne disease at home

27 September 2018

A systematic review has been unable to establish the proportion of food poisoning cases in the United Kingdom caused by food preparation and handling practices within consumers’ homes. Such esti

CDC declares Honey Smacks Salmonella outbreak is over; warning continues

26 September 2018

The CDC has declared the Salmonella Mbandaka outbreak traced to Kelloggâ??s Honey Smacks is over, with 135 having been confirmed infected, but the agency is continuing to urge consumers to make sure t

Fipronil and Salmonella lead notifications in RASFF report

26 September 2018

Fipronil in eggs and Salmonella in poultry meat from Brazil dominated information exchanges between European countries in 2017, according to the annual Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) rep

Hepatitis A database has potential to improve outbreak detection

26 September 2018

A Hepatitis A database has shown promise, and with improvements could be used at earlier stages of international outbreaks, according to researchers. The team assessed usefulness of the dataset for ge

Traceback and packaging questions raised over Cargillâ??s ground beef recall

26 September 2018

A week after Cargill Meat Solutions recall of 66 tons of ground beef, some concerns remain. Experts at Consumer Reports suggest tossing out any ground beef in your freezer purchased between June 21 an

FDA moves toward releasing retailer lists during food recalls; seeks comments

26 September 2018

The FDA may begin releasing lists of retailers that receive recalled food so consumers can more easily identify it. Agency policy has prohibited the release of such information, citing considerations

Former food safety manager for PCA wants Supreme Court to review her case

25 September 2018

Mary Wilkerson, who says she was given the title of quality assurance manager for the now-defunct Peanut Corporation of American (PCA), but “apparently not the authority,” wants the U.S. S

EFSA and ECDC report sheds light on egg, sesame seed Salmonella outbreaks

25 September 2018

More detail has emerged about two past large multi-country foodborne outbreaks in Europe. One was caused by Salmonella Enteritidis linked to contaminated eggs from Poland and the other by a previously

Scientists seek to build global confidence in analytical solutions for food safety

25 September 2018

Opinion Editorâ??s note: This is the first in a series of articles and opinion columns we are publishing in recognition of Food Safety Education Month. Since its founding as the Association of Officia

Unauthorized irradiation leads to recall in Malta

25 September 2018

A brand of ginger bags has been recalled in Malta due to the use of irradiation in an unauthorized facility. Natural Ginger bags in 80-gram packages with brand name â??Gold kiliâ?? and durability date

Cargillâ??s 66 tons of recalled beef for E. coli contamination went everywhere

25 September 2018

Just as the late, great Johnny Cash once sang about having traveled every road in the land, those 66 tons of ground beef recalled on Sept. 20 by Cargill Meat Solutions after a deadly E. coli O26 outbr

Cargillâ??s 66 million tons of recalled beef for E. coli contamination went everywhere

24 September 2018

Just as the late, great Johnny Cash once sang about having traveled every road in the land, those 66 tons of ground beef recalled on Sept. 20 by Cargill Meat Solutions after a deadly E. coli O26 outbr

Thereâ??s room on the hamburger bun for cell-cultured meat and politics

24 September 2018

Opinion During the recent Good Food Institute conference on cell-cultured meat, an industry executive remarked that he tries to stay away from politics and focus on his company and developing the tech

Sweden reports two E. coli outbreaks; more than 100 ill

24 September 2018

Sweden has been hit by two different outbreaks of E. coli, with one of them affecting more than 100 people. A pizza ingredient is suspected, but investigations are ongoing. An outbreak of E. coli O157

Needles in strawberries tampering issue hits New Zealand

24 September 2018

The scare about sewing needles in strawberries first identified in Australia has spread to New Zealand. Officials with Countdown, a supermarket in New Zealand, said needles were found in a punnet of s

The Food Safety Coach â?? Finding my passion through food poisoning

23 September 2018

Contributed Looking back, food safety and sports went hand in hand throughout my entire life; I always fueled myself for optimal function and recovery, and foodborne illness was not a desired part of

New edition of â??Poisonedâ?? by the prolific Jeff Benedict shipped by publishers

23 September 2018

A new edition of â??Poisoned: The True Story of the Deadly E. Coli Outbreak That Changed the Way Americans Eatâ?? by Jeff Benedict has been shipped to distributors by book publishers Thomson-Shore. In

Domestic dairy owners, foreign seafood processor warned about illegal activities

23 September 2018

The Food and Drug Administration recently sent warning letters to a Nebraska dairy and a seafood processor in Thailand because inspectors found significant violations of U.S. food safety laws at their

EU audit finds Thai poultry controls worse than before

22 September 2018

An audit of the control system in Thailand on poultry meat for export to Europe has found it has got worse in some areas since the last inspection in 2013. Auditors from the Directorate-General Health

Letter From The Editor: Any answers to the yearâ??s persistent questions?

22 September 2018

Every year at about this time–after it appears highly unlikely that our Colorado Rockies will take the National League West–I begin thinking about what type of year the rest of us having.

Use of WGS in Europe continues to increase

22 September 2018

Two-thirds of 30 European countries were routinely using whole genome sequencing in 2017 for national surveillance of at least one human pathogen, according to a survey. This figure is up from 16 coun

Juniorâ??s Smokehouse recalls teriyaki beef jerky containing hard metal pieces

21 September 2018

Juniorâ??s Smokehouse Processing Plant in El Campo, TX on Friday recalled approximately 690 pounds of ready-to-eat teriyaki beef jerky products, which the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ??s Food Safet

Olive loaf pork recalled for being too heavy on the sodium nitrite

21 September 2018

Rochester, NY-based Zweigleâ??s Inc. late Thursday recalled approximately 6,082 pounds of ready-to-eat olive loaf pork products because sodium nitrite levels were over the regulatory limit, according

Cargill recalls 66 tons of ground beef after deadly E coli O26 outbreak

20 September 2018

A four-state outbreak of E. coli O26 with 18 illnesses including six hospitalizations and one death was reported late Thursday by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which issued a

Robotics, automation and the future of risk in foodservice operations

20 September 2018

Opinion The human brain is an incredibly complex organ consisting of over 80 billion neurons with about 1 million gigabytes worth of memory storage. With so much hardware, itâ??s no wonder we sometime

Three countries with 30 foreign catfish producers want access to U.S. market

20 September 2018

The federal government is taking comments for 30 days about whether China, Vietnam and Thailand should be listed in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) as eligible to export Siluriformes fish to the

Experts say consumers must demand improved food safety in Africa

20 September 2018

Consumer expectations and demands have a role to play in improving food safety in Africa, according to speakers at an event in Brussels this week. The briefing in the Belgian city was organized by the

Arizona growers hope new leafy greens protocols will help prevent outbreaks

19 September 2018

Analysis For months romaine growers, consumer advocates, researchers and government agencies have been scrutinizing factors that contributed to this yearâ??s deadly E. coli outbreak. As of this week â

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