Skip to comments.More E. Coli found in Salinas Valley lettuce: Sludge connection still ignored.
Posted on 07/15/2010 9:49:27 PM PDT by WriteStuff
The Associated Press is reporting that the Salinas-based company Fresh Express is recalling some of its bagged lettuce because of a positive test for E. Coli.
What the AP and others continue to ignore is any possible connection between the use of treated sewage sludge and municipal waste water on farms in the Salinas Valley. Certainly consumers would want to know if the food they are buying is being poisoned by cities looking for a cheap way to dispose of their sewage sludge.
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If you have some of that lettuce, you’d better toss it.
Illegal alien workers being treated like slaves who don’t get bathroom breaks is the first place to look.
Damn. I eat that every day.
I’d be more concerned with the pharmaceutical residues in that sludge. The nation is hypermedicated. No, thanks.
Could it be that some of those illegals picking it have used the bathroom out there in the fields?
Ive posted a thread http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/2553687/posts requesting a Socialized Medicine Forum topic so we can put all this stuff under 1 topic to make it easier to find and use. Please chime in.
At at least one local store, Fresh Express is on sale this week. :’)
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