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The Romaine Scare if Over – For Now

E. coli,Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | February 11, 2019

It is difficult to bring great news to you due to things having the ability to turn in moments but for now: the Romaine E. Coli scare is over. This is good news not only to us as consumers, but… read more

Yes, Raw Flour Can Make You Sick

E. coli,Our Blog | February 10, 2019

You probably already know the foods that are likely to give you food poisoning. Some things are just riskier to eat than others. The big offenders are pretty easy to name – leafy greens, sprouts, and undercooked eggs all spring… read more

Petting Zoo Ecoli Dangers: Not As Silent As We Once Thought

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | October 30, 2018

As a child going to a petting zoo was so much fun. We never really realized that there were serious dangers that could be associated with them. A fond childhood memory was going to a miniature horse farm that had… read more

Food Safety Changes in the Wake of Ecoli Leafy Greens

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | October 30, 2018

California’s lettuce growers are adjusting their food safety practice in light of the big E. Coli outbreak. No, not the E. coli outbreak that sickened hundreds who had bought lettuce contaminated by an irrigation canal in Yuma, Arizona; another other… read more

Utah Ecoli Cases Linked to Farms and Petting Zoos?

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | October 27, 2018

It’s Fall y’all.  You know what that means.  Falling leaves, shorter days, corn mazes, and beautiful weather for petting zoos.  All of the fun childhood memories come back to us as we get to experience it over and over again… read more

E. coli in Romaine Lettuce Again? Yuma Growing Region Begins

E. coli | October 26, 2018

Could we see Ecoli in romaine lettuce again this fall?  Investigators and outbreak watchers are bracing for the worst as the Yuma growing season comes back this November.  When the outbreak that began this past April ended, there were still… read more