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Americans are 110 times more likely to die from contaminated food than from terrorism, according to Truthout. And illnesses from food contamination cost the economy billions of dollars a year. In 2001, foodborne illnesses cost the US economy $77.7 billion.
Part of the problem is that Americans are so focused on illogical, fear-based, propaganda-driven news that domestic dangers such as a corrupt food industry are often overlooked. Another problem is that the food industry, like pharmaceutical companies and the oil and gas industry, has found ways to conceal its bad practices.
The Cornell Sweetney Show
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