Is Risk of Disease in Food Supply Increasing? You should always eat your vegetables -- just make sure you wash or cook them first. The recent outbreak of hepatitis A in Pennsylvania was eventually traced to a shipment of green onions. NPR's Richard Harris examines whether the risk of disease in the food supply is increasing.
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Is Risk of Disease in Food Supply Increasing?

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Is Risk of Disease in Food Supply Increasing?

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Is Risk of Disease in Food Supply Increasing?

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You should always eat your vegetables — just make sure you wash or cook them first. The recent outbreak of hepatitis A in Pennsylvania was eventually traced to a shipment of green onions. NPR's Richard Harris examines whether the risk of disease in the food supply is increasing.