Which is allowed higher concentrations of E. coli: beef served in schools or in fast food restaurants?



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    A December 2009 article in USA Today suggests that meat in fast food restaurants is safer than that in schools. Virtually all the food we eat has undergone rigorous standards checks for safety. However, fast food restaurants do more to prevent E. Coli contamination than schools do. For example, according to the article, they check the level of bacteria in meat “five to ten times more often than the USDA tests beef made for schools during a typical production day.” The safety standards for food served in fast food restaurants are often much more stringent than they are in our schools.

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