The Washington Times printed commentary written by Henry Miller, who made an interesting point about produce contamination today:

“It has also become painfully clear we can’t rely on processors to always remove the pathogens from food. This most recent outbreak of illness demonstrated that our faith in processor labels such as ‘triple washed’ and ‘ready to eat’ must be tempered with at least a little skepticism. Processors were quick to proclaim the cleanliness of their own operations and deflect blame toward growers. But all those in the food chain share responsibility for food safety and quality.”