3-year salmonella outbreak tracked to homemade products from 'Mr. Cheese'

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  • DeltaFoxtrot West Valley, UT
    Nov. 4, 2011 1:39 p.m.

    And immigrants aren't harming anyone in Utah... hmm? hmm?

  • Mr.Glass Salt Lake City, UT
    Nov. 4, 2011 10:15 a.m.

    @MyChildrensKeeper: All Mexican restaurants serve disease ridden food? Can you back of up your claims with real data? The Red Iguana is owned by Mexicans. It has the most delicious Mexican food in Utah, and you can't find an example of their contaminating their food. Don't be surprised if someone assumes you're a racist when you make such blanket statements about Mexican food and Mexicans in general. Was there anything in the article to suggest that the cheese maker is living here illegally?

  • MyChildrensKeeper Taylorsville, UT
    Nov. 4, 2011 6:21 a.m.

    Utah's version of small hispanic businesses we fund with tens of thousands of dollars to terrorize us. This is Mexican justice, Montezuma's revenge. Did anyone notice, they did not say he wasn't licensed in Utah as a small business? Illgeal fugitives breed illegal business and illegal business breed death and destruction, but we can be proud our tax dollars are keeping these people in our state to poison us.

    Who knows how many Taco venders are doing the same thing. This is why I stopped eating at Mexican restaurants, they live by a difference set of bath tub food standards and laws, and I do not trust them with my health. Just as you don't eat food or drink the water in Mexico, the same rules and laws apply in Utah and the states of foreign occupation.