Food Safety News - October 7, 2017 State closes raw milk dairy; Salmonella matched to sick people

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State closes raw milk dairy; Salmonella matched to sick people

By Coral Beach

State officials suspended the license of Pride & Joy Dairy today and again warned the public to not drink any of the dairy's organic, unpasteurized, raw milk because lab tests have confirmed it is contaminated with a rare strain of Salmonella that hospitalized two people. Until further notice, the dairy "may not legally bottle and... Continue Reading

Drug-resistant E. coli figured in death of Playboy founder

By News Desk

A week before the Sept. 27 death of Hugh M. Hefner from cardiac arrest and respiratory failure, the 91-year old Playboy founder was battling the blood infection septicemia and a drug-resistant strain of E. coli. The new information about the publisher’s final days comes from his California death certificate, which, unlike many states, also lists... Continue Reading

Don't let fall salmon run send you running to emergency room

By Michigan State University Extension

Editor’s note: This column by Michelle Jarvie was originally published by the Michigan State University Service and is reprinted here with permission. When I think of fall and the leaves start to turn, I think salmon fishing. September often marks the beginning of the fall pacific salmon migration in the Great Lakes. Depending on where... Continue Reading

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