Food Safety: An interview with Dara Alpert Lieberman

January 10, 2015
by Janet Golden, PhD, Professor of history, Rutgers University-Camden
Philadelphia Inquirer

Food Safety is vital to our public health. According to a recently released report from the US Department of Agriculture, “Salmonella causes an estimated $3.7 billion each year in medical costs for Americans.” And that’s just one of many foodborne pathogens.

I interviewed Dara Alpert Lieberman, of Trust for America’s Health about what our nation is doing and should be doing to prevent foodborne illnesses.


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