Salmonella outbreak may have had warning signs

 
Aug. 20, 2008
KXAN (Austin, Texas): An Associated Press review of Food and Drug Administration records has found there was a warning sign ahead of the recent salmonella outbreak, traced to Mexican peppers, that made 1,400 people sick.
 
Federal inspectors at U.S. border crossings apparently repeatedly turned back dirty, disease-ridden shipments of peppers from Mexico in the months before the outbreak, although the FDA has said the peppers had not been a problem.
 

Topics: Food & Beverage , Pizza Toppings


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