The Dangers of Eating What are some notable examples?
Every country has had it's food scare. Europeans in particular can still recall well their own most notable outbreak, mad cow disease. Indeed, "Mad Cow Disease hangs like a satanic cloud over our British farming, even though the government and its veterinary advisers exhibit an outwardly reassuring attitude." (Lacey 318) But one type of outbreak which has appeared just about everywhere is salmonella. These samonella outbreaks, while not as deadly as some, are very frequent and well known. They occur subsequent to "the ingestion of poultry, beef, eggs, or dairy products." (Millichap 135)