How salmonella-tainted food gets in your China's trillion dollar plan 1 day ago   05:29

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Salmonella is the most common food-borne illness in the US. More than a million people get sick from it every year and nearly 400 people die as a result. That’s because food safety regulators allow producers to sell products containing the bacteria and won’t issue a recall until after people get sick.

Watch the video above to learn why salmonella outbreaks are still a regular, dangerous occurrence.

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Silver Comet Dragon
Maybe America's food regulation system is bad, but at least if you guys get ill you can use your free healthcare...oh wait.
Nyasia Brown
Y’all really out here under cooking your meat 🤢
Bian Adit
you have white blood, let the white blood work, it will get stronger and stronger, salmonela will be defeated by white blood
Shelby !!
I just ate chicken omg
Frank Cassidy
Never ever wash poultry...?
AtlasForce
How to not get salmonella:
step 1: don’t buy meat
Step 2:eat fast foods
J2FINE1
Could be in the kale or soylent. Might be in the vaccines you don't get. Could be in the fetus you just aborted.
phugwellsmind
If there was one good thing that came from salmonella, it's Sam O' Nella .
Google User
What about other nations?
NextNate03
How did salmonella get into GM flour?

https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=7YFUXMgaxd61BauznKgH&q=flour+recall+salmonella&btnK=Google+Search&oq=flower+reca&gs_l=psy-ab.3.2.0i131i10l3j0i10l3j0i22i30j0i22i10i30j0i22i30l2.1767.11054..14724...0.0..0.177.1486.2j10....3..0....1..gws-wiz.....0..35i39j0i131j0j0i131i20i263.GQXi6ERAK7M
Brad Evans
Why not wash poultry? Didn't get the logic.
Brad Evans
WTF!!!! The FDA is criminal!!!!!
Vaedyn Bellamy
I might have samanilla because I ate so much cookie dough
I bought a lollipop that was up someones ass
Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G, Movement I (Allegro), BWV 1049" Kevin MacLeod plays in the backround. Hey kids today were learning about salmonella no not samonella thats me samonella its a disease
Ohyeahhh Yeahh
If you scared of this disease like me just eat patatos like me🤷🏽‍♂️🥰
Bernardo Martinez
Americans: "There's poison in our food!!!"
Meat Producer's: "interesting"
william parada
White people- salmonella
Mexican people- chorillo
Jay Viescas
Please correct me if I'm wrong but isn't it a myth that most bacteria in raw foods can be killed by microwave cooking? I'm pretty sure that the temperature rule should apply here as well.
Kevin Ceron López
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