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Improper cooking techniques have resulted in "dangerously undercooked" hamburger patties being served at Burger King restaurants across Washington state, and health officials are concerned the problem could be happening in franchises nationwide.
After discovering similar violations across at least 10 counties statewide, the State Health Department sent Burger King a letter on September 1, with their findings.
"We are deeply concerned about reports relating to undercooking hamburgers at many Burger Kings in our state," read the letter, obtained by KIRO Radio. "Inspection reports fr
"Just undercooking things by 10 degrees can cause a significant public health concern. It could allow E. coli or salmonella to remain in the hamburger," he said. "A child might be ingesting literally hundreds of these bacteria. It's the reason why cook temps are 160 degrees for hamburgers; slight variations in temperature can mean the difference between life and death."
Originally posted by KnowledgeIsPowre
Here's a health tip, don't eat fastfood, it's all poisonous. Burger King happens to be serving poison undercooked.
Originally posted by metaldemon2000
reply to post by Carseller4
In moderation its OK but fast food has been proven to have almost triple the calories and tons of fat and sodium.
Some people eat at these places several times a day. The additives can also make some addicted to the food and there are alot of diabetic causing agents in the food.
This and its quite expensive if done often.