Bad Tomatoes - How About Bad Fish?

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C Costigan
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U.S. health officials have reported that they have now received 167 reported cases of Salmonella from tomatoes from 17 states. Representatives from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said they are continuing to search for the source of the Salmonella outbreak, which has hit hardest in New Mexico and Texas. Public fear has driven speculation regarding the food they ingest through the roof, and people are wondering if anything is safe to eat anymore.

This being the case, the largest most successful sportsbook on the web, has once again beaten everyone to the punch and posted odds on all things Salmonella related. People are flocking to the site looking for answers.

"When it comes to what we put in our bodies," says BetUS spokesman Reed Richards. "We shouldn't have to wait for an outbreak of salmonella to tell us which foods are safe. That's why we're providing the public with answers regarding potentially harmful foods."
Analysts at posted the following odds regarding possible salmonella suspects:

Which food will be reported to have a salmonella outbreak next:  Betting Odds Found Here

Lettuce 10/1

Onions 10/1

Potato 20/1

Mushroom 8/1

Radish 10/1

Apple 30/1

Orange 30/1

Banana 30/1

Plum 30/1

Chicken 4/6

Beef 6/5

Fish 1/1

----- News Wire

Originally Published June 11, 2008 9:50 pm EST

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