November 1, 2013

Salmonella And Filth Found In Many Imported Spices

The FDA says they’ve found salmonella in almost 7% of all imported spices. More than 80 types of salmonella were found along with some unsavory additives. And it just keeps getting better and better. How about a little rat hair with your paprika? They also found that 12% of all imported spices into America were contaminated with salmonella, animal waste, insects or rodent hair. They say the contamination likely happens during storage rather than harvesting.

[ Read the Article: Imported Spices Contaminated With Salmonella And Rat Filth, Says FDA ]

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