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Salmonella, mad cow disease, pesticides-just how safe is the food we eat? This book is packed with information about current and historical issues in food safety. The laws, the facts, and figures are backed up with real-life events: Upton Sinclair's 1906 expose of the meat packing industry, The Jungle, led to the Beef Inspection Bill, but 90 years later 732 people were poisoned and 4 children died after they ate tainted beef.From biographies to a directory of organizations and resources, this comprehensive introduction to the subject is also an excellent guide to further study.
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