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Study shows foodborne illness costs $77.7 billion a year
Scharff’s new analysis, “Economic Burden from Health Losses Due to Foodborne Illness in the United States,” offers two economic cost estimates. Scharff arrived at the $77.7 billion figure by including values for medical costs, productivity losses, mortality and pain and suffering.
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