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I have bloody diarrhea.
Should I go to the ER?


10 things to do if you think you have food poisoning ...

I need advice from someone who’s been there.

Entering the medical system can seem overwhelming

We’ve left the hospital.
Now what?

Healing + Recovery
are an ongoing process

now that you're home.

There are a lot of unknowns.
Where do I start?

Many who have walked this road have put this guide together for you:

Looking for answers to food-related questions?

You've come to the right place.

Ask our resident scientist (and Dave Theno Fellow) about food safety and other food science-related questions!

Salmonella + Campylobacter

A call for modernization of USDA's poultry safety framework

“Consumers want to be able to trust that the food they eat is safe,”

says Amanda Craten, a petitioner and member of the Board of Directors at STOP, whose 18-month son was seriously injured and permanently disabled as a result of Salmonella-contaminated chicken.

Stop Foodborne Illness is a national nonprofit, public health organization dedicated to
the prevention of illness and death from foodborne pathogens.

Stories Behind the Statistics

Our history is filled with examples of individuals and families who have come together and, as a good friend says, “transformed isolated losses into something bigger than individual tragedy.” We know that you consider the mission of Stop Foodborne Illness worthwhile and that, together with us, you’ll advance the cause of food safety.


A consumer-industry initiative to influence human behaviors and improve internal food safety culture