did you get infected with salmonella from onions or peaches
looks like new cases are spreading across Canada. Many restaurants are not serving them. Curious if you or anyone else you know did
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To be fair, even documented workers aren't given proper washroom facilities in some cases.Jucius Maximus wrote: ↑ I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of these fruits were harvested by 'undocumented workers.' And who knows if they are even given sanitary washroom facilities?
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Sep 1st, 2020 4:43 pm
So providing sanitary conditions for the "undocumented" or "foreign" workers would be the responsibility of the local farm owners, who hires them, right? Right? And, those farm owners that use unpasteurized manure for fertilizer, because it's cheaper, even though, it's known that it contributes to introduce salmonella into the food supply as the crops are handled during harvest? Bear no responsibilities, right? Right?Jucius Maximus wrote: ↑ ...
I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of these fruits were harvested by 'undocumented workers.' And who knows if they are even given sanitary washroom facilities?
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Previously, I've read the blame was put on wild/feral pigs. Had never thought about contamination from cattle but extremely plausible given the huge numbers and concentrations of these herds (it's not small farmers but multi-thousand cow operations).
Xenophobia.I still don't get how any reasonable person could think that one or even a hundred field workers could breed enough contamination on their hands to infect entire shipments of produce.
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