Are Organic Vegetables Really Responsible for Europe's Deadly E. Coli Outbreak? Probably Not!

Shortly after consumers in Europe started dying from a virulent and drug-resistant form of E. coli, the worldwide media began broadcasting the provisional conclusion from European health authorities that organic produce was to blame.

Evidence for that conclusion--which as prompted reactive consumers to avoid organically grown fruits and vegetables--is flimsy at best, and there are many other reasonable suspects for prime source of the mutant pathogen, including animal feedlot operations. 

The Alliance for Natural Health, an American health freedom advocacy organization is challenging the assertion that organics are to blame. Read the Alliance's analysis of the situation.

 
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