Produce can be vulnerable to contamination

11/18/2003 | NYTimes.com

The recent hepatitis A outbreak in Pennsylvania is leading several food safety experts to discuss the ease with which produce can be tainted by biological contamination. Fruits, vegetables and juices can be contaminated by animals or unclean water and can lead to a serious outbreak of disease.

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