It's hard to believe that pumpkin pie, carrot cake or chocolate icing could be hazardous to your health. Yet without adequate sanitation and food defense mechanisms in place, delicious desserts can cause human illnesses as a result of contamination. Even with the best security and operating procedures up and running, unfortunate incidents still happen. Several retailers and food safety experts interviewed by SN recalled how, some years ago, one baker suffering from a noravirus made ...

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