IS IT FOOD POISONING?
OR EXPOSURE TO PATHOGENIC DISEASE ORGANISMS IN unlabelled SEWAGE SLUDGE SOLD OR GIVEN AWAY AS
A FERTILIZER FOR HOME LAWNS AND GARDENS?
A Russian roulette of food poisoning in U.S., By THOMAS HARGROVE, Scripps Howard News
More than 50,000 people got sick or died from something they ate in a hidden epidemic that went undiagnosed by the
nation’s public health departments over a five-year period.
Top 10 food poisoning outbreaks 2000-2004 , By SRUTHI KUNNEL, November 20, 2006
Here are the 10 largest food-poisoning outbreaks reported to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
from Jan. 1, 2000, to Dec. 31, 2004, according to a Scripps Howard News Service study of federal outbreak records. A
total of 7,840 adults and children got sick or died.