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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 ...

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