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Unformatted text preview: about E. coli, but it doesn’t matter. Organic beef is free of some pesticides and hormones, but if the farmer is feeding the cows certain food then the beef still might have the presence of E. coli in it. As long as these industries keep trying to prevent E. coli then the chance of getting it will continue to remain low. I think it’s great that certain industries are actually trying to prevent E. coli from spreading. It’s good that these companies aren’t just trying to make organic beef safe, but are still trying to make sure that conventional beef remains safe for people. It’s nice to see these big corporations trying to make sure that the consumer is actually safe and healthy instead of just letting them get sick. If these companies keep doing their best to prevent E. coli then maybe more people will start purchasing conventional meat instead of organic....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Manham during the Fall '08 term at Bronx High School of Science.
- Fall '08