June 2002 Issue
Dont Let Unexpected Visitors "Spoil" Summer Meals
With summer’s arrival, we begin our traditional warm-weather activities —the beach, backyard barbecues…and foodborne illness. Yes, foodborne illness. Summer is prime time for food "poisoning." An assessment of risk recently issued in draft form by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) reports that the risk of foodborne illness from E. coli may be three times greater during the summer than the rest of the year. A possible reason, says
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