Are Food-Related Outbreaks Getting Worse?
2018 has been a terrible year for food recalls and related concerns in the United States.
The biggest was probably the pre-Thanksgiving outbreak of E. Coli in romaine lettuce, which caused officials to discourage people from using romaine at all.
Is the issue getting scarier? Or is there greater awareness?
To learn more, The Show was joined by James Rogers. He's the director of food safety research and testing at Consumer Reports.