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Is the United States at risk of a foodborne outbreak?
Aflatoxin, a food-borne chemical, is probably one of the leading causes of cancer in the developing world.
Madison County health officials say one of the chain’s employees could have spread the virus to customers this spring.
The city has seen a significant increase in hepatitis A infections this year, many of which have been linked to restaurants.
Fish sold in Texas, Oklahoma and California could be affected.
In 2013, the grocery giant was linked to a viral outbreak across nine states.
The nearly 3,000 people potentially exposed to the virus after eating at a seafood restaurant in the Bronx will split the settlement.
So far, 291 people have been infected across the state. Health authorities say a bad batch of frozen scallops is to blame.
Health officials in Detroit have launched an investigation into a local store’s prepared foods section.
So far, 70 people have been sickened across the mid-Atlantic. Health authorities say imported berries from Egypt are to blame.
More than 200 people became sick with the viral liver disease across Hawaii, Nevada and California. Until now, the cause was unknown.
The recommendation comes after a spate of restaurant warnings, which have put the disease back on the map as a potentially serious concern for...
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