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  • What Should be Done to Fight the Patriot Act Applied to the Food Industry?
      by HG.org

    Because of the Patriot Act and other laws that govern the food industry, it is not legal to provide statements and information that could affect the profits and revenue of these companies. However, there are ways to fight the Act and other regulations that are implemented to assist larger businesses.

  • Food Poisoning – How to Prove Who Is Liable
      by HG.org

    Instances of food poisoning tend to appear in batches with certain types of food or in specific restaurants on occasion. However, when these incidents occur, the question becomes who is to blame and what should happen next with these situations.

  • Finding Foreign Objects in Your Food
      by HG.org

    When you consume food, you usually do not expect to find foreign objects in it. While such action may seem grotesque, whether or not you have a viable case depends on a number of factors. Additionally, pursuing the case involves an even closer analysis.

  • Surprising Ways You Can Get Poisoned: A Lesson in Poison Prevention

    For most of us, the word “poison” conjures up fairy tales and fantasies — Snow White’s poisoned apple, Captain Hook’s medicine in Peter Pan, the Wicked Witch’s poppy field in The Wizard of Oz. Or, for readers of a certain age, maybe “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” comes to mind.

  • A Restaurant Gave Me Food Poisoning, Do I Have a Case?
      by HG.org

    It is rare, but sometimes restaurants either make mistakes or intentionally put their customers in harm's way. This can result in an array of conditions, generically referred to as “food poisoning.” So, if you experience food poisoning, can you sue someone for the harm you have suffered?

  • Can I Sue a Restaurant for Getting Food Poisoning?
      by HG.org

    In most situations, a person who is injured by another person’s negligence can sue the party that caused his or her harm. This holds true in cases of food poisoning. However, there are certain factors regarding food poisoning lawsuits that victims should be aware of before deciding to pursue this route.

  • Food Fraud and Commonly Mislabeled Foods
      by HG.org

    Food fraud is the deliberate mislabeling of food products for financial gain with the intent of deceiving the consumer regarding what is actually in the package. The United States Pharmacopeial Convection (USP) reports that these acts of fraud have increased by 60 percent over the last year alone.

  • What to do if You Have Been Food Poisoned
      by HG.org

    Food poisoning is in the news again, and it seems to be an increasingly common occurrence as more and more of us eat meals prepared by others on a regular basis. So what should you do if you have become ill after eating contaminated food? The answer will depend on the particular circumstances of your illness.

  • Cantaloupe Listeria Outbreak Takes the Lives of 29

    A nationwide listeria outbreak in contaminated cantaloupe has gripped the country. Claiming 29 lives, the cantaloupe listeria outbreak is among the deadliest food poisoning outbreaks since 1924. Thousands of pounds of Jensen Farms and Carol’s Cuts cantaloupes have been recalled due to concerns about listeria contamination.

  • What You Need to Know about Lead Based Paint in Your Home

    If you live in Oregon, you need to know that lead-based paint was used in many older houses and can still negatively affect the health of those living in older houses, especially children. If you notice signs of lead-based paint poisoning in your child, take immediate action. From ancient times, it has been known that contact with lead can pose serious health risks, yet civilization has found countless uses for this toxic substance.


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