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December 11, 2006: Number of E. coli Cases Related to Taco Bell Still Growing
With approximately 63 cases of E. coli O157:H7 reported in six states since the outbreak linked to Taco Bell was first uncovered in South Plainfield, New Jersey, Central New Jersey attorney, Eric H. Weinberg noted the importance, for consumers, of keeping abreast of food poisoning news…
December 5, 2006: E. coli Cases in NJ at 25, While NY Is Also Hit
At least 25 cases of E. coli infection have been identified in NJ with links to several Taco Bell restaurants in the central portion of the state. In addition, over a dozen cases have been reported on Long Island in NY…
December 5, 2006: Over 80% of Chicken Tested by Consumer Reports Magazine Found to Contain Bacteria
After testing 525 fresh whole broilers, Consumer Reports found that only 17% were not contaminated with Salmonella or Campylobacter, bacteria that can cause food poisoning…