Restaurants could save a lot of dough by letting sick employees stay home

Restaurants could save a lot of dough by letting sick employees stay home

Most people don’t like to think about it, but every bite of food has the potential to make us sick. That’s true whether it comes out of your own fridge—an E. coli outbreak in pre-chopped lettuce and a potential salmonella outbreak in eggs are two current possibilities—or out of a restaurant kitchen. Foodborne illness costs the U.S. more than $15 billion annually, according to USDA estimates—never mind the miserable nights spent groaning over the toilet.

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