Poultry Causes Most Food-Borne Illness

Poultry Causes Most Food-Borne Illness

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Faith Durand
May 9, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A study explains that poultry is the food most often responsible for food-related sickness. Plus, Madoff's wine collection to be auctioned, and a look at the role of dad in kids' eating.

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