The Role of Pasteurization by Nina Planck It is striking that outbreaks of diseases such as salmonella have risen steadily since pasteurization became standard. No one is certain why. Salmonella and E. coli do thrive under the conditions typical in factory farms, including grain-feeding, crowding, and rapid, mechanized slaughter. Overuse of antibiotics on factory farms has also led to resistance to common antibiotics in strains of salmonella, campylobacter, and E. coli.
MILK PASTEURIZATION by Walene James Salmonella food poisoning, which affected over 500 people in Illinois and Iowa (March-April 1985), was traced to pasteurized milk.
"The 2010-egg-bacteria-contamination hoax was manoeuvred to push the new food-safety bill through congress to give the FDA unfettered powers."----Aajonus Vonderplanitz