America’s sense of food safety has taken a new blow with the discovery of listeria, a potentially deadly food-borne disease, in cantaloupes and lettuce. We reported last month on the recalls that were under way after deaths were reported for just the tainted cantaloupes. The romaine lettuce recall came later and it included some lettuce shipped into Alabama. The public is rightfully concerned and farmers growing the produce are also hurting economically. The bottom line is that we must do a better job of regulation, including inspections, in the area of food safety.
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