The list of the 10 most deadly outbreaks of food- and waterborne illness in U.S. history, previously published by Food Safety News, has been revised for a presentation in Sacramento to the California Environmental Health
Editor’s Note: In May 1911, as many as 1,400 people in the Boston area were infected with micro-organisms – most likely staphylococci or streptococci – spread by contaminated raw milk during an outbreak that
The ongoing Listeria outbreak caused by contaminated cantaloupe, with 29 deaths, has been called the most deadly foodborne illness in recent U.S. history.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta was recently
I love watching “The Deadliest Catch” when I ever watch T.V. The thought of working in freezing weather in 30-foot swells catching crab for rich people has certain flair to it. The risk is