USA: Food poisoning bacteria still rife
Scientists maintain that the bacteria that cause food poisoning "aren't going away, despite the efforts of the food industry to eliminate them," according to a CNN report. The report adds that new germs arrive in imported foods and bacteria already here developed in new forms, quoting a report submitted to the Institute of Food Technologies. "The bacteria listeria monocytogenes are so common in the environment that it's practically impossible to keep food entirely free of them."
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