Wellness LetterWellness AdviceDebunking the Mayo Myth


Debunking the Mayo Myth

Is it true that mayonnaise is a major source of foodborne illness? No. This notion continues to circulate, even on some reputable websites. Granted, sum­mertime picnic spreads that include heaping bowls of potato salad, chicken salad, tuna salad, and egg salad can easily be the source of food poisoning if these foods are left out […]

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