Ch.9 what’s in the meat. A Jack Diesel Production Katie Wilmes Olivia Bradley . How food is produced. Industrialized food process -modern processes make it easier for more people to become effected by contaminated food This makes the spread of disease much more rapid. .
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Did you know that ¾ of food related illnesses and death in the U.S. are caused by infectious agents that have yet been identified
Cows stomachs are not meant to digest other animals, they are designed to eat diets high in cellulous.
A single animal that is infected with E. coli 0157:H7 can contaminate 32,000 pounds of ground beef.
The USDA began microbial testing at random to try and keep consumers safe from E. coli 0157:H7.
The USDA currently informs the public about every Class I recalls 9 cases in which consumers faced a serious and potentially lethal threat; but the USDA does not reveal exactly where the contaminated meat is being sold (unless it is being distributed under a brand name at a retail store).
For a long time, the most questionable meat in the US was bought by the USDA and distributed to school cafeterias. This meat most likely contained pieces of spinal cord, bone, and gristle.
The safely of your food depends greatly on who handles it and what precautions they use. Many restaurant workers have been found serving food that fell on the floor, not washing their hands, or even knowingly serving bread that had mice feces on it.
To prevent obesity some nations has ban the television advertising directed at children.