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Food Safety Infosheet Highlights:
– 60 illnesses in 10 states linked to the outbreak; 37 ill in Missouri
– Outbreak has been linked to romaine lettuce; many ill individuals consumed the lettuce at Schnucks grocery store outlets in the St. Louis area
– Fresh produce is not cooked, so any poop that comes in contact with it from farm-to-fork can be passed to diners.

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Food Safety Infosheet Highlights:
– The outbreak, which began in May and appears to be ongoing, has been linked to an estimated several hundred illnesses
– An estimated 228 million eggs have been recalled by Wright County Egg in Galt, Iowa
– The recall covers eggs in their shells packed by Wright County Egg between May 16 and Aug. 13.
– Eggs can carry Salmonella and need to be cooked to 145°F for 15 seconds to reduce risk.
– Eggs should be stored in the refrigerator/cooler and held below 45°F

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Food Safety Infosheet Highlights:
– Clusters of E. coli O145 illnesses in the North East and Midwest 60 ill in Michigan, New York and Ohio.
– Freshway Foods of Sydney, Ohio is voluntarily recalling products containing romaine lettuce with a use by date of May 12 or earlier because they may be contaminated with E. coli O145.
– The products were sold under the Freshway brand and Imperial Sysco brand.

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Food Safety Infosheet Highlights:

-50 illnesses in Canada and the United States associated with Honduran cantaloupe grower.
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Food Safety Infosheet Highlights:

-Chicks are a popular present this time of year, but is it the best idea? This week’s infosheet covers recent outbreaks associated with baby chicks. Another popular Easter theme are eggs, which can also cause problems.

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Food Safety Infosheet Highlights:

-One death, 193 illnesses, you should read this!

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