(Not So Secret) Secrets About E. coli and Produce

By: Kerry Bazany No one wants to see someone they live become ill, especially when it could have been prevented. This is especially true for those who have children. Thankfully, my own children, now grown, survived their childhood unscathed by foodborne illnesses. However, if one of them had succumbed to an illness due to what I had fed them, my reaction would have been one of anger and frustration. As parents, we invest a great deal of trust in our local grocers to deliver healthy, safe produce. Shiga toxin Escherichia coli (STEC) O157, commonly known as E. coli, has been making its nasty rounds for quite some time: actually since 1885. E. coli causes 100,000 reported cases of illness, 3,000 hospitalizations, and 90 deaths each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That’s not all well and good. But in actuality, as a parent, your greatest concern is for your child and how to treat the illness and most importantly, how to stop it from…

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