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  1. #1
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Is Mexico and it's Army of Migrant Workers Poisoning U.S. FoodSupply?

    On Jun 14, 7:24*am, "Iconoclast" <iconocl...@ecoweb.co.zw> wrote:
    > http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g...U20GQD919JUM80
    >
    > FDA: Florida, Mexico suspects in tomato outbreak
    > 10 hours ago
    >
    > WASHINGTON (AP) — Parts of Florida and Mexico were supplying "the vast
    > majority" of tomatoes sold when the salmonella outbreak began in April and
    > thus remain leading suspects, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday..
    >
    > But the FDA hasn't narrowed its hunt to just those two places, said Dr.
    > David Acheson, the agency's food safety chief.
    >
    > "The logical assumption would be that Florida or Mexico are the most likely
    > source" because of the outbreak's timing, he told The Associated Press. "But
    > we have not simply shifted the focus to those two places. ... It's wide open
    > for anybody not on that exclusion list."
    >
    > The government counts 228 illnesses in 23 states linked to
    > salmonella-tainted tomatoes, and is urging consumers nationwide to avoid raw
    > red plum, red Roma or red round tomatoes unless they were grown in specific
    > states or countries that FDA has cleared of suspicion. Check FDA's Web
    > site —http://www.fda.gov— for an updated list. Also safe are grape
    > tomatoes, cherry tomatoes and tomatoes sold with the vine still attached.
    >
    > The northern part of Florida is on that safe-to-eat list, while counties in
    > the central and southern part haven't yet been cleared, Acheson said.
    >
    > Some of the sick ate tomatoes bought at supermarkets and fixed at home,
    > while others ate them in restaurants. Among the clues FDA is pursuing: Nine
    > people who became sick after eating at one restaurant chain, which might
    > help pin down tomato suppliers. Acheson wouldn't name the restaurant or its
    > location Friday because it's part of an open investigation.
    >
    > In Ohio on Friday night, health officials said they have identified three
    > cases of salmonella poisoning, the first cases in the state linked to
    > tainted tomatoes. And Maryland officials confirmed that state's first case
    > of salmonella linked to the tomatoes.


    You want diveristy, you got diversity.

    bill

    http://www.wvwnews.net/ Western Voices World News

  2. #2
    donny Guest

    Default Re: Is Mexico and it's Army of Migrant Workers Poisoning U.S. FoodSupply?

    On Jun 14, 3:51 pm, billimmel...@yahoo.com wrote:
    > On Jun 14, 7:24 am, "Iconoclast" <iconocl...@ecoweb.co.zw> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > >http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g...U20GQD919JUM80

    >
    > > FDA: Florida, Mexico suspects in tomato outbreak
    > > 10 hours ago

    >
    > > WASHINGTON (AP) — Parts of Florida and Mexico were supplying "the vast
    > > majority" of tomatoes sold when the salmonella outbreak began in April and
    > > thus remain leading suspects, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday.

    >
    > > But the FDA hasn't narrowed its hunt to just those two places, said Dr.
    > > David Acheson, the agency's food safety chief.

    >
    > > "The logical assumption would be that Florida or Mexico are the most likely
    > > source" because of the outbreak's timing, he told The Associated Press. "But
    > > we have not simply shifted the focus to those two places. ... It's wide open
    > > for anybody not on that exclusion list."

    >
    > > The government counts 228 illnesses in 23 states linked to
    > > salmonella-tainted tomatoes, and is urging consumers nationwide to avoidraw
    > > red plum, red Roma or red round tomatoes unless they were grown in specific
    > > states or countries that FDA has cleared of suspicion. Check FDA's Web
    > > site —http://www.fda.gov—for an updated list. Also safe are grape
    > > tomatoes, cherry tomatoes and tomatoes sold with the vine still attached..

    >
    > > The northern part of Florida is on that safe-to-eat list, while countiesin
    > > the central and southern part haven't yet been cleared, Acheson said.

    >
    > > Some of the sick ate tomatoes bought at supermarkets and fixed at home,
    > > while others ate them in restaurants. Among the clues FDA is pursuing: Nine
    > > people who became sick after eating at one restaurant chain, which might
    > > help pin down tomato suppliers. Acheson wouldn't name the restaurant or its
    > > location Friday because it's part of an open investigation.

    >
    > > In Ohio on Friday night, health officials said they have identified three
    > > cases of salmonella poisoning, the first cases in the state linked to
    > > tainted tomatoes. And Maryland officials confirmed that state's first case
    > > of salmonella linked to the tomatoes.

    >
    > You want diveristy, you got diversity.
    >
    > bill
    >
    > http://www.wvwnews.net/ Western Voices World News


    Blame it on the Mexicans eh? They are a clean folk. A decent
    law abiding catholic people who only want what's best for themselves
    and their children. The reason that many illegals come into the
    US is because the government wants it that way. Do you for one
    minute think that the US cannot control its own borders? If it
    wants to?

  3. #3
    donny Guest

    Default Re: Is Mexico and it's Army of Migrant Workers Poisoning U.S. FoodSupply?

    On Jun 14, 3:51 pm, billimmel...@yahoo.com wrote:
    > On Jun 14, 7:24 am, "Iconoclast" <iconocl...@ecoweb.co.zw> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > >http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g...U20GQD919JUM80

    >
    > > FDA: Florida, Mexico suspects in tomato outbreak
    > > 10 hours ago

    >
    > > WASHINGTON (AP) — Parts of Florida and Mexico were supplying "the vast
    > > majority" of tomatoes sold when the salmonella outbreak began in April and
    > > thus remain leading suspects, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday.

    >
    > > But the FDA hasn't narrowed its hunt to just those two places, said Dr.
    > > David Acheson, the agency's food safety chief.

    >
    > > "The logical assumption would be that Florida or Mexico are the most likely
    > > source" because of the outbreak's timing, he told The Associated Press. "But
    > > we have not simply shifted the focus to those two places. ... It's wide open
    > > for anybody not on that exclusion list."

    >
    > > The government counts 228 illnesses in 23 states linked to
    > > salmonella-tainted tomatoes, and is urging consumers nationwide to avoidraw
    > > red plum, red Roma or red round tomatoes unless they were grown in specific
    > > states or countries that FDA has cleared of suspicion. Check FDA's Web
    > > site —http://www.fda.gov—for an updated list. Also safe are grape
    > > tomatoes, cherry tomatoes and tomatoes sold with the vine still attached..

    >
    > > The northern part of Florida is on that safe-to-eat list, while countiesin
    > > the central and southern part haven't yet been cleared, Acheson said.

    >
    > > Some of the sick ate tomatoes bought at supermarkets and fixed at home,
    > > while others ate them in restaurants. Among the clues FDA is pursuing: Nine
    > > people who became sick after eating at one restaurant chain, which might
    > > help pin down tomato suppliers. Acheson wouldn't name the restaurant or its
    > > location Friday because it's part of an open investigation.

    >
    > > In Ohio on Friday night, health officials said they have identified three
    > > cases of salmonella poisoning, the first cases in the state linked to
    > > tainted tomatoes. And Maryland officials confirmed that state's first case
    > > of salmonella linked to the tomatoes.

    >
    > You want diveristy, you got diversity.
    >
    > bill
    >
    > http://www.wvwnews.net/ Western Voices World News


    Blame it on the Mexicans eh? They are a clean folk. A decent
    law abiding catholic people who only want what's best for themselves
    and their children. The reason that many illegals come into the
    US is because the government wants it that way. Do you for one
    minute think that the US cannot control its own borders? If it
    wants to?

  4. #4
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Is Mexico and it's Army of Migrant Workers Poisoning U.S. Food Supply?

    On Sat, 14 Jun 2008 13:29:02 -0700 (PDT), donny
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Jun 14, 3:51 pm, billimmel...@yahoo.com wrote:
    >> On Jun 14, 7:24 am, "Iconoclast" <iconocl...@ecoweb.co.zw> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> >http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g...U20GQD919JUM80

    >>
    >> > FDA: Florida, Mexico suspects in tomato outbreak
    >> > 10 hours ago

    >>
    >> > WASHINGTON (AP) — Parts of Florida and Mexico were supplying "the vast
    >> > majority" of tomatoes sold when the salmonella outbreak began in April and
    >> > thus remain leading suspects, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday.

    >>
    >> > But the FDA hasn't narrowed its hunt to just those two places, said Dr.
    >> > David Acheson, the agency's food safety chief.

    >>
    >> > "The logical assumption would be that Florida or Mexico are the most likely
    >> > source" because of the outbreak's timing, he told The Associated Press. "But
    >> > we have not simply shifted the focus to those two places. ... It's wide open
    >> > for anybody not on that exclusion list."

    >>
    >> > The government counts 228 illnesses in 23 states linked to
    >> > salmonella-tainted tomatoes, and is urging consumers nationwide to avoid raw
    >> > red plum, red Roma or red round tomatoes unless they were grown in specific
    >> > states or countries that FDA has cleared of suspicion. Check FDA's Web
    >> > site —http://www.fda.gov—for an updated list. Also safe are grape
    >> > tomatoes, cherry tomatoes and tomatoes sold with the vine still attached.

    >>
    >> > The northern part of Florida is on that safe-to-eat list, while counties in
    >> > the central and southern part haven't yet been cleared, Acheson said.

    >>
    >> > Some of the sick ate tomatoes bought at supermarkets and fixed at home,
    >> > while others ate them in restaurants. Among the clues FDA is pursuing: Nine
    >> > people who became sick after eating at one restaurant chain, which might
    >> > help pin down tomato suppliers. Acheson wouldn't name the restaurant or its
    >> > location Friday because it's part of an open investigation.

    >>
    >> > In Ohio on Friday night, health officials said they have identified three
    >> > cases of salmonella poisoning, the first cases in the state linked to
    >> > tainted tomatoes. And Maryland officials confirmed that state's first case
    >> > of salmonella linked to the tomatoes.

    >>
    >> You want diveristy, you got diversity.
    >>
    >> bill
    >>
    >> http://www.wvwnews.net/ Western Voices World News

    >
    >Blame it on the Mexicans eh? They are a clean folk. A decent
    >law abiding catholic people who only want what's best for themselves
    >and their children. The reason that many illegals come into the
    >US is because the government wants it that way. Do you for one
    >minute think that the US cannot control its own borders? If it
    >wants to?


    The public wants the borders controlled but the pandering political
    hacks, being knowledgable about demographics, will avoid the issue.
    General public does not know how to react. Perhaps an ecnomic collapse
    will assist in the process! Watch that stock market starting about
    Thursday next.



    I saw this quote:

    "Democracy is like an old ugly whore who must sell her butt faster and
    faster for less and less."

    ted

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Is Mexico and it's Army of Migrant Workers Poisoning U.S. Food Supply?

    On Sat, 14 Jun 2008 13:29:02 -0700 (PDT), donny
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Jun 14, 3:51 pm, billimmel...@yahoo.com wrote:
    >> On Jun 14, 7:24 am, "Iconoclast" <iconocl...@ecoweb.co.zw> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> >http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g...U20GQD919JUM80

    >>
    >> > FDA: Florida, Mexico suspects in tomato outbreak
    >> > 10 hours ago

    >>
    >> > WASHINGTON (AP) — Parts of Florida and Mexico were supplying "the vast
    >> > majority" of tomatoes sold when the salmonella outbreak began in April and
    >> > thus remain leading suspects, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday.

    >>
    >> > But the FDA hasn't narrowed its hunt to just those two places, said Dr.
    >> > David Acheson, the agency's food safety chief.

    >>
    >> > "The logical assumption would be that Florida or Mexico are the most likely
    >> > source" because of the outbreak's timing, he told The Associated Press. "But
    >> > we have not simply shifted the focus to those two places. ... It's wide open
    >> > for anybody not on that exclusion list."

    >>
    >> > The government counts 228 illnesses in 23 states linked to
    >> > salmonella-tainted tomatoes, and is urging consumers nationwide to avoid raw
    >> > red plum, red Roma or red round tomatoes unless they were grown in specific
    >> > states or countries that FDA has cleared of suspicion. Check FDA's Web
    >> > site —http://www.fda.gov—for an updated list. Also safe are grape
    >> > tomatoes, cherry tomatoes and tomatoes sold with the vine still attached.

    >>
    >> > The northern part of Florida is on that safe-to-eat list, while counties in
    >> > the central and southern part haven't yet been cleared, Acheson said.

    >>
    >> > Some of the sick ate tomatoes bought at supermarkets and fixed at home,
    >> > while others ate them in restaurants. Among the clues FDA is pursuing: Nine
    >> > people who became sick after eating at one restaurant chain, which might
    >> > help pin down tomato suppliers. Acheson wouldn't name the restaurant or its
    >> > location Friday because it's part of an open investigation.

    >>
    >> > In Ohio on Friday night, health officials said they have identified three
    >> > cases of salmonella poisoning, the first cases in the state linked to
    >> > tainted tomatoes. And Maryland officials confirmed that state's first case
    >> > of salmonella linked to the tomatoes.

    >>
    >> You want diveristy, you got diversity.
    >>
    >> bill
    >>
    >> http://www.wvwnews.net/ Western Voices World News

    >
    >Blame it on the Mexicans eh? They are a clean folk. A decent
    >law abiding catholic people who only want what's best for themselves
    >and their children. The reason that many illegals come into the
    >US is because the government wants it that way. Do you for one
    >minute think that the US cannot control its own borders? If it
    >wants to?


    The public wants the borders controlled but the pandering political
    hacks, being knowledgable about demographics, will avoid the issue.
    General public does not know how to react. Perhaps an ecnomic collapse
    will assist in the process! Watch that stock market starting about
    Thursday next.



    I saw this quote:

    "Democracy is like an old ugly whore who must sell her butt faster and
    faster for less and less."

    ted

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