Skip to comments.Leafy Greens Top Risky Food List
Posted on 10/06/2009 3:49:16 PM PDT by tje
Leafy greens: 363 outbreaks involving 13,568 reported cases of illness.
Eggs: 352 outbreaks with 11,163 reported cases of illness.
Tuna: 268 outbreaks with 2,341 reported cases of illness.
Oysters: 132 outbreaks with 3,409 reported cases of illness.
Potatoes: 108 outbreaks with 3,659 reported cases of illness.
Cheese: 83 outbreaks with 2,761 reported cases of illness.
Ice Cream: 74 outbreaks with 2,594 reported cases of illness.
Tomatoes: 31 outbreaks with 3,292 reported cases of illness.
Sprouts: 31 outbreaks with 2,022 reported cases of illness..
Berries: 25 outbreaks with 3,397 reported cases of illness.
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We’re living longer than ever today, yet everything we partake of is either bad for us or killing us.
I don’t see TBONE or even HAMBURGER on the list... ONly the stuff the Center For Science and the PUblic Interest (the FOOD NAZI’S) say we must eat because it’s GOOD FOR US!!!
Is that why they want us to eat like cows?
True, washing is a must.. I’d bet most of those ‘leafy greens’ were eaten in restuarants..
All our fresh foods used to be grown in America. Now it comes from Mexico.
Let’s sort this list by country of origin.
Mexico would be high on the list.
The only thing they won’t say kills you is gay sex.
No, all the foods listed are something a ‘gatherer’ would eat, not a hunter.. ‘cept for ice cream.
GATHER all you WANT... I’ll keep HUNTING, thank you
and as for CforSPI... I’d LIKE to get them in my “SIGHTS”
In our house, we WASH our fresh veg before we eat it. Those who don’t deserve to find out from personal experience what fertilizer is made from.
Whew! Ring Ding Jr’s are not on the list.
Recently, Ive received a lot of e-mails and comments regarding how to decipher a products country of origin via the barcode. While the first three digits do not signify what country the product was manufactured in, they do indicate the country in which the company is based. This means, the company is headquartered, or has an office in that location, but the product could have been made in another country. Since a company has to apply for a GS1 prefix, they simply state where they are located to receive their prefix, and can choose to manufacture their product anywhere in the world. Here is a list of prefixes:
I only eat my lettuce well done.