What articles about spinach recalls rarely say, though, is that the spinach was contaminated by nearby pig farming cesspools.
Alfalfa sprouts are also prone to causing food born illness. The conditions that they grow in are also good conditions for pathogens to multiply. Also, they are not heated before eaten, and their clustered, tangled form can be harder to wash. According to the CDC, only a few bacteria can easily grow to “high numbers” on sprouts. The CDC even goes as far as to suggest that high rsk people avoid eating them.
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