Hepatitis A has the potential to become the next E. coli 0157:H7, salmonella or listeria monocytogenes -- causing illness in customers, bad press and the scrutiny of an official investigation. Yet the very nature of the virus has kept it from making national headlines, since it seems exclusive to certain regions of the country. Similarly, reports are often publicized during the outbreak phase, after food has been consumed, and well beyond the time period when pre-sale recalls are effective. ...

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