Lynne Terry from The Oregonian reports on a parent’s worst nightmare – buying food that sickens your child and husband.  Here is part of the story:

One day while shopping, a Gresham mom, who had long shunned sweets to keep her family’s diet healthy, gave in to her daughter’s pleas for a special treat. Melissa Kitchens, 15, was craving chocolate chip cookies. So, her mom, Judy Akers, 38, reached for a tub of refrigerated Toll House chocolate chip cookie dough made by Nestle USA, a company that she trusted. It was a mistake. The decision cost her family weeks of pain and anguish in a nationwide food poisoning outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 associated with Nestle cookie dough. Nearly 70 people in more than two dozen states have been sickened, 25 have been hospitalized and seven people suffered kidney failure.  Read the full story in the Oregonian.