Shellfish Contamination From Sewage Polluted Waters And From Other Sources

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Shellfish Contamination From Sewage Polluted Waters And From Other Sources
George Whitfield Stiles
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The wet mud on the outside of oyster shells in piles, when contaminated, may pollute the oysters at the bottom of the heap by means of infected matter dripping down from the layers above. Oysters shipped in unclean freight cars may become contaminated en route, or this may occur during insanitary storage in bins at oyster houses. SPOILAGE DUE TO LENGTH OF TIME OTJT OF WATER. Stale oysters are without question a dangerous article of food. This kind of material has undoubtedly produced serious ga...stro- intestinal disturbances and possibly death when consumed by indi- SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION. 29 viduals susceptible to ptomain poisoning. In fact any highly per- ishable food product of this character may quickly spoil and be injurious to health if not properly refrigerated under good sanitary conditions. As just stated, oysters may be kept for a period of six weeks under proper conditions, yet, even though they were taken from unpolluted beds and stored under good sanitary conditions, mere length of time alone may cause them to become unfit for use.

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