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Touching Shrimp Causes Man to Fight for His Life from Vibrio

Vibrio | November 28, 2018

Succulent shrimp is a taste that sends the taste buds into overdrive. This delicious delicacy is a staple of the American diet and is a must for any visit to the beach. Scenes from Forrest Gump and his best friend… read more

Fisherman Offers Advice on Avoiding Vibrio

Food Safety,Our Blog,Vibrio | November 19, 2018

What jobs would you associate with the phrase “flesh eating bacteria?”Mad scientist, maybe? Something in the medical field? Perhaps a manufacturer of prosthetics? How about a fisherman? Would you trust a fisherman’s advice on avoiding vibrio? A Wise Fisherman Once Told… read more

Once Upon a Vibrio Oyster

Food Safety,Vibrio | November 13, 2018

Shellfish is much loved across America. A delicious delicacy that has been perfected throughout the generations is enjoyed throughout the year by fanatical families. This simple but tasty dish can be expertly spiced by chefs and consumers. A shellfish industry… read more

Dangers of Imported Shrimp

Food Safety,Vibrio | November 8, 2018

According to Consumer Reports, the US consumes almost 18 million servings a day of shrimp. And most of that shrimp is imported. Every now and then word goes around about rejected food shipments from China, usually accompanied by truly alarming… read more

Seafarers Use Tech to Fight Vibrio

Vibrio | October 14, 2018

Vibrio is a serious, often lethal bacteria. Naturally making its home in coastal and brackish waters where salt and river water mix, it can be an utter killjoy to beach-goers, fishermen, and seafood lovers trying to enjoy a summer meal…. read more

Crab Vibrio Outbreak Over, But Warnings Remain

Outbreaks & Recalls,Vibrio | September 29, 2018

The Crab Vibrio Outbreak is over! You know an outbreak is bad when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as several other state and local partners, all get involved… read more

Serving Up a Case of Vibrio

Vibrio | September 15, 2018

Imagine a calmly eaten dinner that results in the loss of a limb. No, I am not joking or fibbing. That was reality rather than fiction for this 71-year-old man who ended up having his entire hand amputated after a… read more

A Quick Diagnosis Could Save Your Life

Vibrio | September 13, 2018

I’m going to be honest…I kind of hate going to the doctor. There’s something about the waiting room in the lobby and the examination room behind those closed doors, where you wait, and wait, and wait, without ever being 100%… read more

Eating in my 30’s: An Algae Adventure of Nutrients

Food Insecurity,Food Safety | August 20, 2018

I’m taking a trip into adulthood eating, and it all begins with the superfood Algae. I’ve hit the big 3-0. That’s 30 years-old. Let me say it again, 30. I’m obviously taking it well. I’ve realized it’s time for me… read more

How are Food Poisoning Outbreaks Investigated?

Bacillus,Botulism,Campylobacter,Cyclospora,E. coli,Hep A,Legionella,Listeria,Norovirus,Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella,Shigella,Staphyloccocous,Vibrio,Yersinia | August 16, 2018

Public health and regulatory officials respond to foodborne disease outbreaks much the same way that police officers respond to crime. They must work swiftly, collecting as much helpful information in the smallest amount of time possible in order to take… read more