USA: Environmental Working Group Reports USDA Issues 'Clarification' On Stossel Food Safety Test
The food poisoning test that ABC News Correspondent John Stossel used to allege that organic food "could kill you" cannot definitively prove any risk of food poisoning, according to a letter issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture today.The letter, from a top USDA scientist, further undermines the credibility of a story on organic food safety by Stossel just hours before he is scheduled to apologize for errors in his report on ABC's "20/20 Friday.
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