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FC: By: Autumn Devaney | Foodborne illness's

1: To make your food safe keep it clean and bacteria free

2: To keep your foods safe you must wash your hands and surfaces often, separate your foods, chill in refrigerator, and cook foods on proper temperatures.

5: What you eat could make you sick, even throw up. Make sure you throw away something if you doubt it, don't take the risk.

6: Foodborne illness is everywhere. Looks may be deceiving so watch out for what you taste, touch, or smell something that isn't right. keep safe distances from the ill.

9: Caution! Make sure you clean your fruits and vegetables throughly before eating or cooking.

10: Foodborne illness's Botulism comes from improperly processed home-canned low-acid foods and raw fish Campylobacteriosis comes from raw and undercooked beat and poultry, unpasteurized milk, and untreated water

11: E. coli infection comes from fresh fruits and vegetables, raw and undercooked ground beef and pork, raw sprouts, unpasteurized milk and unpasteurized water

12: Listeriosis comes from fresh fruits and vegetables, raw and undercooked pork and poultry, raw fish, soft cheeses, and unpasteurized milk.

13: Salmonella comes from undercooked poultry and can cause a fever, head aches, cramps etc. Salmonella comes from the term salmonellosis.

14: Norwalk virus is a virus that comes from raw oyster's that are contaminated with fecal matter. Yersiniosis comes from undercooked poultry or pork.

15: Helicobacter is found in the stomach region and comes from contaminated water sources. Cholera comes from contaminated water sources or contaminated food. Usually from human or animal feces.

16: Anisakiasis is caused from eating raw or undercooked fish and comes from worms the fish eat.

19: Stop Foodborne illness before it becomes a bigger issue than how it is today. Keep your food clean and stay healthy.

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