August 2001 Issue
A Passion For Produce: Keeping Summers Bounty Safe To Eat
Eating more fruits and vegetables is one bit of health advice virtually no one disagrees with. But just because fresh fruits and vegetables are good for you doesnít mean they are totally risk-free. Even healthful produce can carry bacteria and viruses capable of causing whatís commonly called "food poisoning." But donít let that scare you into eating fewer fruits and vegetables; just protect yourself. When you serve meat or eggs, you know food poisoning is a possibility and, no doubt,
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