Restaurant dips are tied to food poisoning, CDC says

07/13/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The · HealthDay News

A CDC study found that one in 25 cases of food poisoning traced to restaurants from 1998 to 2008 can be blamed on contaminated salsa or guacamole. Risks are increased because the dips are made in large batches and are not cooked to kill harmful bacteria, one food safety expert said.

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