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adulterated
made impure by the addition of improper ingredients
cross-contamination
the transfer of bacteria from one food to another food or location
food infection
bacterial food-borne illness that occurs when pathogenic macrooganisms enter the body along with the food eaten
food intozication
bacterial food borne illness that occurs when microorganisms grow in food and produce a toxin there. the toxin causes illness when food is eaten.
food borne illness
caused by eating food that's been contaminated in some way
pesticides
chemicals used to kill insects, animal pests, and weeds
residue
the matter remaining after a chemical or physical process, as in the residue remaining on harvested foods
spores
microorganisms in a dormant, inactive, or resting state
pathogenic
disease-carrying
parasites
organisms that grow and feed on other organisms