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Peanut Corporation of America Ships Out Salmonella-Laced Food

The things people do for a quick buck.

Peanut Corporation of America’s Georgia peanut plant is said to knowingly shipped salmonella-laced products as far back as 2007.

And now with eight death and hundreds affected health-wise nationwide, they foul cry and claim innocence.

The said Georgia peanut plant STILL sent out the tainted products even after the tests confirmed contamination of salmonella bacteria.

The salmonella bacteria attacks the stomach and intestines and attack all age groups and both sexes.

Children and old people are more prone to a serious infection, and in worst case scenario, it can lead to death.

People just to be sure, cook your food well to prevent salmonella related diseases


Comments :

The Junkie said...

There's a lot of finger pointing going on right now over the food poisoning scandal. The people are pointing at the government; the government is pointing at the food manufacturers; the government and the food industry are pointing at non-government inspections. That's a lot of fingers pointing in a lot of different directions.

Let's talk about where the fingers aren't pointing.

The fingers aren't pointing at the people, people like you and me. Nobody's pointing at the people who went to work at this plant every day. The people who navigated through filthy, unsanitary, illegal conditions and collected a paycheck at the end of the day. Where is the personal responsibility for a job well done? Where are the whistle-blowers?

The fingers aren't pointing at us, the consumer, who bought these products. Where is the personal responsibility for the food you lay out for your family every day? When was the last time you slaughtered something personally to feed to your family? When was the last time you grew your own produce? Baked a loaf of bread? Milked your own damn cow?

When was the last time you walked into a food manufacturing facility and said, "I feed your product to my child. I'd like to see how it's made?

Step up to the plate, folks. We are all, each and every one of us, responsible for the way things are. Don't like it? Change it. Take some responsibility. There's plenty to go around.

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