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Infographic: Can your
pâté make you sick?

Raw chicken livers are a high risk food that have a history of causing illness. Liver pâté is a common source of campylobacteriosis due to preparation with undercooked livers.

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Infographic: Can your
pâté make you sick?

Raw chicken livers are a high risk food that have a history of causing illness. Liver pâté is a common source of campylobacteriosis due to preparation with undercooked livers.

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barfblog.com is where Drs. Powell, Chapman, Hubbell and assorted food safety friends offer evidence-based opinions on current food safety issues. Opinions must be evidence-based – with references – reliable and relevant.

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Going pubic: Alzheimer’s edition

My grandfather died of Alzheimer’s. It affected me in ways I still can’t understand. It wasn’t pretty, so stark that my grandmother took her own life rather than spend winter days going to …

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Campy hits over 5000 in NZ

Chlorine works. The number of people sickened by the contaminated Havelock North water supply has risen to 5198, the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (DHB) says. That’s more than a third of the …

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32,000 hospitalized over contaminated water in Turkey

The number of people hospitalized due to contaminated water in the Elbistan district of the Mediterranean province of Kahramanmaraş has risen from 5,000 to some 32,000, while a group of officials announced a …

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Fresh Produce Linked to Cyclosporiasis Outbreak

Cyclospora infections are often associated with fresh produce, such as raspberries, basil, snow peas and mesclun lettuce. This Food Safety Infosheet describes an outbreak of cyclosporiasis, a parasite that causes an intestinal infection, linked MORE »

Vomiting and Fecal Episodes

This Infosheet offers information on sanitation and clean-up guidelines after vomit or fecal episodes. In 2011, more than 80 patrons became ill from a rural North Carolina restaurant that did not have proper MORE »

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