All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Food Poisoning’

Tainted California Chicken: Foster Farms Continues To Make People Sick?

The antibiotic-resistant salmonella that has been linked to a chicken producer in California continues to make people sick over a year after the outbreak. Despite the outbreak and the illnesses, Foster Farms has not declared a recall of their chickens. According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control, there were 50 new reported illnessesĀ within the past 2 months, …

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Japan Tainted Food Products on Recall, Consumers Fall ill

There has been a recent outbreak of food poisoning in Japan, with hundreds of people sickened by contaminated frozen food. Food Company Maruha Nichiro recalled frozen products of lasagna and pancakes due to repeated complaints of vomiting and diarrhea. After responding to frequent calls from consumers, the products were found tainted with a high level of Malathion, a pesticide used …

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Japan’s Tainted Food – Over 350 People Sickened

Frozen foods in Japan have sickened 350 people and counting due to food poisoning. The frozen food products are said to be tainted with a pesticide according to Japanese public broadcaster NHK. The company Maruhu Nichiro Holdings, after learning of the illnesses, began recalling 6.4 million frozen products in late December – after discovering that they were in fact, tainted …

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Cannibal Sandwiches Are Slammed by Health Officials

After a Wisconsin holiday tradition of eating “cannibal sandwiches” was linked to an E. coli outbreak last year, health officials are begging people to refrain from eating the sandwiches. Before you get too grossed out, the cannibal sandwiches are made using raw ground beef. That still has a pretty high gross factor, but at least we’re not talking about the …

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Ukranian Wedding Feasts: Happiest Day Of A Girl’s Life Or The Sickest?

The best day of a woman’s life is often her wedding day – the day she’s dreamed of since she was a little girl. In Ukraine, this thought is multiplied exponentially, as custom demands for an elaborate, three-day-minimum affair with loads of homemade food. The food, however, is precisely the problem: having to make so much food, families are forced …

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