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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

E Coli in Germany

These stories piss me off. It seems like the initial blame is always placed on something organic. It's happened before with spinach, for instance. So when the story broke the initial culprit was said to be organic cucumbers from Spain. But no one in Spain got sick, it was only people in Hamburg or who had produce distributed from the Hamburg produce distribution hub. Hmmm, sounds like the problem is in Germany... and not with organics.

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