How Good Foods Can Go Bad: Juices

I love my morning orange juice. It is tasty. It is refreshing. I believe it is healthy.

American society is embracing juices by “juicing” nearly everything as evidenced by the rainbow colors of juices we see in grocery stores, food stands and specialty cafe’s. But there is a trend for consumers to drink commercial non-pasteurized juices and that carries an increasing risk of food borne illness.

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What Drinks Should You Avoid?


Are you really going to squeeze that lemon into your drink? In one microbiology study, 69.7 percent of lemon slices produced bacterial, either from the rind, the flesh, or both. The bacteria, found on the lemon samples, all cause infectious diseases.

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