Lesson from Blue Bell recall: producers should ‘assume food is not safe’ – The Guardian

“Outbreaks that last this long are more common than one might think, said Samadpour. They occur whenever the investigators cannot connect the dots and are not able to find the source of the outbreak, which means that the contaminated product continues to be sold. “By the time people are sick, it’s too late,” he said. Companies should be diligent in their sampling and testing. “If you are producing food, let’s not assume that the food is safe until proven otherwise. Let’s just assume that the food is not safe until proven otherwise.”” – The Guardian