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Marler Clark Listeria lawyers have filed a fifth lawsuit in the Jensen Farms Rocky Ford cantaloupe Listeria outbreak.
Listeria attorneys at Marler Clark, the nationâ€™s leading law firm representing victims of foodborne illness, are warning consumers that the current Listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupe may
Marler Clark, the nationâ€™s leading law firm representing victims of foodborne illness outbreaks, petitioned the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to declare all illness-causing strains of E. coli bacteria adulterants in food.
Seattle based food safety attorney Bill Marler, managing partner of Marler Clark, the nationâ€™s leading law firm dedicated to representing victims of foodborne illness has become one of the nationâ€™s leading experts on food safety and an avid blogger.
Man Infected with E. coli After Drinking Apple Cider Files Suit An E.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To mark Food Safety Action Day, Trust for America's Health (TFAH) calls on the U.S. Senate to act expeditiously to reform the nation's food safety system. "The food safety system hasn't been fundamentally modernized for about 100 years.
Public health experts say food safety in the United States is vastly improved compared to a century ago despite recent outbreaks and product recalls. The New York Times said Monday while products have been recalled for containing salmonella or the chemical melamine in recent years, experts estimate current food safety levels may even surpass those from 10 years ago. Nonetheless, Caroline Smith DeWaal of the Center for Science in the Public Interest said such recent food safety incidents...
The food borne illness outbreak in northeastern Oklahoma that has sickened more than 115, hospitalized 50 and taken one life is the latest emergence of the virulent and highly toxic E. coli bacterium. Most E. coli outbreaks in North America are subtypes of E.
Marler Clark Mary Siceloff, 206-719-4705 email@example.com Logo: http://www.marlerclark.com In just a year and a half, the American meat industry has experienced a whiplash of beef recalls. 40 million pounds of meat tainted with highly toxic E.
In just a year and a half, the American meat industry has experienced a whiplash of beef recalls. 40 million pounds of meat tainted with highly toxic E. coli O157:H7 has been publicly recalled, up by a staggering factor of two hundred from the 2006 amount of only 181,900 pounds.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.