Tracking down the elusive source of food poisoning

News from Germany and Spain about large outbreaks of E. coli food poisoning is raising a question that researchers can help answer: Where is this coming from?

News from Germany and Spain about large outbreaks of E. coli food poisoning is raising a question that researchers can help answer: Where is this coming from? Despite conjecture that manure is driving outbreaks of the deadly bacteria, in this NewsWatch video, UC Davis food-borne disease expert Rob Atwill says in the U.S., wildlife, not domestic animals, may be the biggest source of contamination.

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Read more about UC Davis experts on E. coli and food safety.

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