NPR Examines Food Safety After Flooding

NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports on the confusion about crops and farm fields that sat under water for days.

November 7, 2017
Food Safety

Historic flooding in Texas after Hurricane Harvey has raised questions about food crops touched by flood waters, which the FDA says are not safe to eat. Some farmers argue that guidance is too broad.

NPR's Hansi Lo Wang interviewed farmer Alan Gaulding in the following NPR audio.

source: NPR