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We Report, You Decide (Food Safety) #918207

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 13, 2007
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The investigation into the E.Coli outbreak in Minnesota and Iowa linked to Taco John’s restaurants, with the possible source traced to California dairy farms, updated.

(Salinas, California: Claudia Cowan) The debate over a government program that encourages farmers to grow trees between fields to filter pesticides and chemicals, but also attract wildlife that may endanger the food supply, examined; scenes shown from a farm; details given on food safety and water control. [Farmer John ANDERSON†- says the fear is that the crop may be contaminated with wild animal feces that may contain E.Coli.] [Montery County Farm Bureau Bob PERKINS†- comments.] [CA Grocers Association vice president Dave HEYLEN†- comments on providing the industry with safe products.]

Reporter(s):
Gallagher, Trace;
Cowan, Claudia
Duration:
00:02:40

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