A black market for red-in-the-middle burgers

05/18/2011 | FoodSafetyNews.com

Rare burgers have been banned at North Carolina restaurants since an E. coli outbreak in the mid-1990s spurred health officials to tighten the rules, but some rare burger fans have discovered that certain eateries will serve rare burgers to good customers or those who know how to ask. The rule could change next year if the state adopts a federal standard that allows eateries to serve rare burgers as long as they warn patrons about potential dangers.

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