SEARCH VEGSOURCE:
Custom Search

 


Reply To This Post         Return to Posts Index           VegSource Home


From: Rita (0-1pool160-146.nas109.chicago3.il.us.da.qwest.net)
Subject:         Your coworkers are wrong.
Date: October 13, 2006 at 9:48 am PST

In Reply to: Ecoli...Ecoli...Ecoli posted by David Meyer on October 13, 2006 at 9:05 am:

First of all, I don't believe veg restaurants have more incidences of e. coli than other types. I'd ask for evidence of that, if I were you. I'd bet it's something someone just made up.

The most common sources of e. coli are human and animal waste:
http://www.miami.com/mld/mercurynews/news/breaking_news/15551437.htm

Secondly, if you look at incidences of e. coli in veggies, it almost always turns out the veggies were infected by meat or meat production. Either the person preparing the food used the same utensils on meat and veggies or the farm irrigated the crop with water contaminated with sewage from a nearby meat facility.

http://www.newsrx.com/newsletters/Science-Letter/2004-09-21/09212004333553SL.html

http://www.ehso.com/ehshome/FoodSafety/FoodSafetyVegtables.htm

Reply To This Post         Return to Posts Index           VegSource Home


Follow Ups:


    


Post Reply

Name:
E-mail: (optional)
Subject:

Comments:

Optional Link URL:
Link Title:
Optional Image URL:



See spam or
inappropriate posts?
Please let us know.
  


Want to see more videos? Subscribe to VegSource!

Every time we post a new video, we'll send you a notice by e-mail.

No spam ever and you can easily unsubscribe at anytime.

Enter your email address, your first name, and press Submit.


Your Email:
First Name:
Newsletter archive

Infomercial production direct marketing