"Industrial farming make food supply more susceptible to contamination"

Foodborne illnesses cost US $77 billion a year, study says

Foodborne illnesses, which make 48 million people sick and account for 3,000 deaths annually, also cost the nation $77 billion a year, a report from the American Association for Justice found.

And the group, which advocates for legal reforms, said "food companies are only making the food supply more susceptible to contamination by continuing to industrialize their farming strategies."

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