Salmonellosis

Because it's in the environment, no product is more or less immune. Health food store items like sprouts, cantaloupe, and tomatoes are at as much risk as mass-produced chain restaurant food - Talia Ralph

Salmonellosis

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Remember the last time you had "food poisoning"? You felt like death, chocked it up to some sketchy room temperature item that you consumed, took a couple days off work, pounded some Gatorade, and moved on with your life. You probably didn't see a doctor or report it to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

It could have easily been salmonella poisoning, one of the most common and deadliest of all foodborne illnesses in America. From chia seeds to chicken, tomatoes to Taco Bell, the disgusting bacteria that blows out our intestinal tracts can find their way into nearly any food group, from vegetables to processed food-like substances. When something as innocent-seeming as…

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