CDC: Imported seafood and spices cause majority of food outbreaks

03/14/2012 | National Public Radio · USA Today

As the amount of imported food grows in the U.S., so do the number of outbreaks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says imported seafood and spices together accounted for 60% of the imported food outbreaks from 2005 to 2010, although the CDC says Americans don't need to change their food shopping habits. "Consumers should approach safety the way they always have," says Hannah Gould. "Cook, separate, chill -- follow prevention measures."

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