A 1993 E. coli outbreak linked Jack in the Box hamburgers sickened 700 people and acted as a wake up call about the dangers of food-borne illness. More than 20 years later, how far have we come?
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Chasing Outbreaks: How Safe Is Our Food?

produced by Drew Magratten, Scott Michels

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