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America has experienced a spate of virulent cases of food poisoning over the past several years, and scientists are convinced that irradiation is the most effective way of ridding foods of the causal bacteria such as Salmonella and Escherichia coli
The piece by Carmel McHenry in the March issue (vol 9, no 12) makes some useful points, but I wonder if the issues are best aired by pillorying the Soil Association as being contaminated by commercial interests