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Antibiotics can increase spread, severity of Salmonella infections

11/19/2014 - In some cases, treating people or animals with antibiotics may cause them to spread Salmonella infections more rapidly, and even in some cases to develop more severe infections. This may be more likely to occur in those who are not showing any current symptoms of salmonellosis but are receiving antibiotics...

USDA sued over drug-resistant Salmonella contamination in meat

6/10/2014 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has failed us all by deliberately allowing meat tainted with antibiotic-resistant Salmonella and other bacteria to be sold at supermarkets nationwide. And at least one consumer group has said that enough is enough, recently filing a lawsuit against the federal...

Tyson Foods Inc. recalls over 33,000 pounds of chicken

1/29/2014 - Once again, proof exists that a diet high in fruits and vegetables trumps that of one filled with meats and processed foods. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and Tyson Foods, Inc. have issued a recall for 33,840 pounds of chicken products that may contain...

Exposed: Factory chicken slaughterhouses using super-strength chemicals to cover up extreme salmonella contamination

8/8/2013 - There is a reason why the conventional poultry industry in the U.S. has been fairly successful in recent years at lowering detected levels of salmonella in chicken. But it has nothing to do with factory birds being raised in cleaner and more humane living environments. To the contrary, a new investigative...

10 simple ways to prevent salmonella and other bacteria

2/25/2013 - Salmonella poisoning affects thousands of individuals each year. The good news is that it can be prevented. It is only a matter of proper hygiene and the practice of food safety in the kitchen. Here is a list of ways to prevent it: Wash hands frequently Dirty hands can bring about cross contamination....

Peanut butter on a nationwide recall

10/24/2012 - Peanut butter is a staple in many children's diets, but a massive recall may up the ranks of ham and turkey. The country's largest organic peanut plant is facing a major scrub down after their products were linked to an outbreak of salmonella, and more than 200 peanut products have been recalled for...

Salmonella infected peanut butter removed from stores

10/3/2012 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last Tuesday that 30 people, in 19 American states have become infected with a rare salmonella strain known as Bredeney, likely from tainted, commercially available peanut butter. According to the CDC, the culprit is Trader Joe's Valencia Creamy...

Salmonella for lunch: KFC serves man a raw chicken sandwich

9/29/2012 - When you go to a restaurant you have the reasonable expectation that your food will be properly prepared. So imagine one patron's surprise when he was recently served a raw chicken sandwich at a KFC in Ontario, Canada. According to reports, a photo of the offending sandwich was subsequently posted...

Vaccines for everything: Researchers now on brink of developing salmonella jab

2/24/2012 - The vaccine industry is currently hard at work trying to churn out a vaccine for salmonella, a typically food borne pathogen that thrives on factory farms and in other unsanitary settings. CBS 13 News in Sacramento reports that researchers from the University of California, Davis, have been tasked with...

While government discredits raw milk, it keeps names of salmonella outbreak restaurants secret to protect corporate profits

2/6/2012 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is getting increasingly bold these days with openly admitting that it works directly for big industry interests rather than public health interests. In a recent report on why the agency did not disclose Taco Bell as being the "Mexican-style" restaurant chain...

Food safety false flag? USDA waited for people to die before recalling ground turkey it knew was contaminated

8/10/2011 - Adding yet more evidence to the proof that the U.S. government maliciously promotes dangerous food borne illness outbreaks rather than trying to prevent them, evidence has emerged today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture knew ground turkey produced by Cargill was widely contaminated with salmonella,...

Organic poultry far less prone to salmonella than conventional, study finds

3/23/2011 - What chickens eat and how they are raised makes all the difference in determining their overall health and susceptibility to salmonella, according to a new study published in the journal Foodborne Pathogens and Disease. Researchers from the University of Georgia's Center for Food Safety (UGCFS) discovered...

Salmonella has been contaminating millions of eggs every year for decades

9/15/2010 - Experts are at a loss for why Salmonella enterica, the strain implicated in the recent egg recall, has continued to infect millions of eggs every year for at least the past 35 years. Much evidence seems to suggest, however, that salmonella runs rampant throughout conventional poultry products because...

How to avoid salmonella contaminated eggs

9/1/2010 - In response to the massive egg recall, some mainstream news outlets have begun addressing the real cause of food contamination: inhumane and unsanitary food production methods. A recent MSNBC article explains that organically-grown eggs from chickens who live and feed in natural pastures are healthier...

FDA exploits salmonella eggs recall to pursue food sterilization agenda

8/23/2010 - It's always amusing to see how quickly consumers can be worked up into a false fear frenzy by health authorities. We saw it last year with the overhyped H1N1 swine flu scare which was fanned into a flaming fear fest by WHO advisors on the take from vaccine manufacturers. Now we're getting a new round...

Scientists say salmonella helps immune system to destroy cancer cells

8/18/2010 - Scientists from Italy and the U.S. claim to have found a new therapeutic way to assist the body in defending against and killing cancer cells -- salmonella bacteria. Based on initial tests in mice and human cancer cells, the team observed that small doses of salmonella actually trigger the immune system...

FDA Says Alfalfa Sprouts are Source of Salmonella Outbreak

4/28/2009 - Alfalfa sprouts are extremely beneficial for our health but now it seems like they are causing trouble. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention announced on Sunday to avoid eating raw alfalfa sprouts, saying they may be contaminated and could cause salmonella....

Peanut President Involved in Salmonella Outbreaks Serves as Industry Quality Adviser

2/5/2009 - The president of the peanut company that has been involved in a nationwide salmonella outbreak serves on an industry advisory board that assists the U.S. Department of Agriculture in setting quality standards for peanuts. Stewart Parnell, the president of Peanut Corporation of America, was initially...

Peanut Processing Plant Knowingly Sold Tainted Products

1/29/2009 - It has just been released by federal officials that the Georgia peanut plant linked to a salmonella outbreak shipped out contaminated peanut butter knowingly twelve times in the past two years. This current outbreak has killed eight people and affected over 500 others. Salmonella is present in animal...

Orange Essential Oils Inhibit Salmonella Activity

11/6/2008 - Essential oils extracted from oranges can inhibit the activity of salmonella and may be useful as natural antimicrobial agents, according to a study published in the Journal of Food Science. "Essential oils from citrus offer the potential for all natural antimicrobials for use in improving the safety...

Protect Pets from Salmonella with Electrolyzed Water

10/17/2008 - The most recent pet food recall from Mars Pet Care - due to salmonella contamination - appears to be becoming habit. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Mars Pet Care products have been having Salmonella problems for several years. Two years in a row, the same pet food plant has been known...

FDA Leaps from Tomatoes to Peppers in Desperate, Fumbling Fiasco of Failed Food Safety over Salmonella

7/11/2008 - Watching the FDA trip over its own clumsy self while groping for answers on Salmonella is a sad affair. Following the FDA-encouraged destruction of tens of millions of dollars of perfectly good tomatoes, this confused, bewildered agency admits that tomatoes may not have been the problem after all, and...

ConAgra sued over Salmonella-contaminated peanut butter

2/28/2007 - A Missouri couple has sued ConAgra Foods, Inc. regarding a recent outbreak of Salmonella bacteria in its peanut butter, the first of many lawsuits set to hit the food conglomerate. The lawsuit says the couple's children were sickened by ConAgra's Great Value peanut butter brand in October. It was filed...

Infants who drink formula and ride in shopping carts at greater risk for Salmonella infection

1/3/2007 - A study published in the December 2006 issue of the journal Pediatrics found that infants who are placed in certain circumstances -- such as riding in grocery store shopping carts or being exposed to reptiles -- are at greater risk of Salmonella infection. The study -- led by Dr. Timothy F. Jones...

Handling Pet Treats Can Cause Human Ills (press release)

9/1/2006 - Pets always welcome treats, but their owners may be putting themselves at risk of developing salmonella infection by handling beef or seafood snacks contaminated with the bacteria. So warned the authors of a report issued Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The...

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