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    Default 5.1 million pounds of beef added to recall due to salmonella

    A new one:

    https://fox4kc.com/2018/12/04/5-1-mi...to-salmonella/

    It's getting to the point we're going to need a forum just for food safety issues.
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    I was thinking "I'm glad I don't eat meat" but then remembered that I just had to throw away $12 worth of romaine and romaine mixed greens.
    What's going to be next?
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    Chocolate milk is next, but that's a local dairy and probably not one anyone but myself is concerned about.
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    Cauliflower on the recall list now: https://www.today.com/health/e-coli-...ettuce-t145423
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    Noooooooooo!
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    Jenni-O is expanding their turkey recall. Dates are from early November, so you might have some frozen. https://www.today.com/health/jennie-...y-over-t145830
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    Thanks, CH. I will check our turkey. I don't worry too much about salmonella in foods that will be thoroughly cooked, and treat it all like it's contaminated while it's raw, having worked in food production facilities myself. I'm generally a messy person but quite careful about raw meats and poultry and cross contamination and cleaning surfaces and all that.

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