Food Safety
by Victoria Sherrow

Pages: 169
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st, 2008
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0791092897


The debates presented in Point/Counterpoint are among the most interesting and controversial in contemporary American society, but studying them is more than an academic activity. For good health, people have long been told that eating more fruits and vegetables is vitally important. Not surprisingly, then, many consumers were concerned in August and September of 2006 when they heard that people had become ill from eating raw spinach. This spinach was contaminated with a strain of bac-≠ teria called E. coli 0157:H7. Severe cases of E. coli can cause a per-≠
sonís kidneys, pancreas, and other vital organs to fail. People may also suffer strokes, vision loss, or other disabling conditions.

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