Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: story of the outbreak at Tiger Harry’s is based on interviews with officials at the Arkansas Department of Health, including Dennis Berry, an epidemiologist; John Kraft, a field investigator; and Dr. David Bourne, medical director of the Preventive Health Section. See also “21 Ill, 11 Hospitalized for E. coli; Outbreak May Be Tied to Restaurant,” Arkansas DemocratGazette, June 3, 2000; “266,000 Pounds of Bad Beef Recalled,” Capital Times, June 24, 2000; “Health Department Finds No Further Cases of E. coli Infection; USDA Investigating Ground Beef,” press release, Arkansas Department of Health, June 16, 2000. “We can fine circuses for mistreating elephants”: Quoted in Carol Smith, “Overhaul in Meat Inspection No Small Potatoes, Official Says,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 29, 1998. 215 demoralized and understaffed: See Allison Beers, “Plant Staffing Shortages Exacerbated by Excessive Absences, Low Morale,” Food Chemical News, August 16, 1999. the USDA had 12,000...
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