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Botulism outbreaks and recalls
November 25, 2022
Can You Sue a Grocery Store for Botulism?
Is everyone who handles an injurious food product potentially liable then? No. Most states’ laws will not hold a retail food seller liable if it simply sold a contaminated food...
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Unlicensed manufacturer recalls Sea Moss due to Botulism Risk
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The Link Between Canned Food and Botulism
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Chai recalled due to Botulism rick