Food Borne germs & Illness

Food borne illness is caused by the food we eat. Even though America’s food supply is the safest in the world, yet millions of people are affected by food borne diseases. According to CDC, food borne cause more than  76 million ills, 3,25,000 hospitalized and 4000 deaths each year. Food borne pathogens are classified as intoxication or infection. Food intoxications are illnesses that result from the consumption of food containing toxins (poisons) that are produced by the germ.

  • Food Contamination
  • Pathogenic Organisms
  • Chemical & Natural Toxin
  • Mycotoxins
  • Ptomaine Poisoning

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