Definitions

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  • adjective Transmitted through food.

Etymologies

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food + borne

Examples

  • The review, which falls under the Cross Cutting Themes Programme for agency-wide issues, will cover issues such as foodborne disease and risks to consumer health through chemical contamination.

    MeatProcess RSS

  • The review, which falls under the Cross Cutting Themes Programme for agency-wide issues, will cover issues such as foodborne disease and risks to consumer health through chemical contamination.

    MeatProcess RSS

  • The review, which falls under the Cross Cutting Themes Programme for agency-wide issues, will cover issues such as foodborne disease and risks to consumer health through chemical contamination.

    MeatProcess RSS

  • The review, which falls under the Cross Cutting Themes Programme for agency-wide issues, will cover issues such as foodborne disease and risks to consumer health through chemical contamination.

    MeatProcess RSS

  • Well, that's according to the CDC, which tried, vainly, to link leafy greens to "foodborne" death.

    Gawker

  • Now, for those who noticed, and questioned, why "foodborne" is spelled as if we reside "on the Continent," and why the United States government is attempting to implement a "solution" wanting for a "problem" - you guessed it -

    Canada Free Press

  • "Food safety assurance is always high on industry's agenda - including faster and better methods for detecting hazards such as foodborne pathogens or allergens.

    FoodNavigator RSS

  • "Food safety assurance is always high on industry's agenda - including faster and better methods for detecting hazards such as foodborne pathogens or allergens.

    FoodNavigator RSS

  • Ward says there are some foods that pregnant women should avoid because of the risk of foodborne-illness, including:

    How to feed your baby right, even before birth

  • When oil spills, foodborne illness outbreaks, mining disasters, and product recalls make headlines, government's ability -- or inability -- to protect citizens makes the headlines, too.

    Matt Madia: Does Regulation Under Obama Put the Public First?

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