The man remains cane-ridden and still "cannot eat or drink water without vomiting."
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Stewart Parnell has received what is believed to be the harshest sentence ever given for a case related to food-borne illness.
At least 285 people have gotten sick so far, and one has died.
The "unprecedented" sentence could serve as a wakeup call to the food industry.
This DNA "barcode" for the produce aisle can tell researchers where, exactly, any given vegetable came from.
Put down the chia seed pudding.
It's definitely not peanut-butter-jelly time.
What's the vegetarian option again?
Salmonella and rat hairs and bugs, oh yuck!
Salmonella is down, but 311 has been ringing off the hook.
Lettuce and leafy vegetables cause the majority of food-borne illnesses.
Fruit and vegetable producers are required to pay more attention to what's happening in the field.
It's a bumper crop in New Mexico, but the farmers can't take advantage.
State institutions are being prompted to destroy tens of thousands of cases of the stuff.
The CDC has identified mail-order hatcheries as a major source for the bacterial illness.
Turns out tempeh was responsible for sickening more than 80 people.
Ground tuna lends itself to salmonella poisoning.
Plus: Experts say beer is better match for cheese than wine; and an investigation is under way to tie Taco Bell to a salmonella outbreak in Oklahoma, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus Taco Bell and salmonella, and more, all in our morning news round-up.