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Proving Food Poisoning
Proving Food Poisoning

According to an annual Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report, food-borne illness an average of 3.3 food-borne sickness cases occurs per 1 million in population in the US each year. Food contamination can be caused by a wide variety of practices. Those most common leading ...

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Blog posts in May, 2018

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    In January and February 2016, two employees of Ohio based auto parts manufacturer Sunfield, Inc. suffered severe injuries as a result of coming in ...

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