After crushing the US tomato industry, US has a problem. They don't really have proof it was US tomatoes. Now they have to find someone to blame, hmm, let's blame the Mexicans! We found ONE pepper contaminated with salmonella as proof. Good. Screw up the Mexican exports so even more Mexicans will lose their jobs and cross the border. Know where salmonella comes from? Shit. Human shit or animal shit. There are so many steps in the distribution process, up untill the very point where the guy in the US puts the vegetables on the shelf. Maby it was that guy who took a shit and didn't wash his hands. Maby the people who bought the tomatoes and took them home took a shit and didn't wash their hands before preparing the meal. How many cases are their of salmonella every day? I mean the US is a big country, and food poisoning isn't that uncommon. All of us probably witness it a few time a year, if not ourself then others. What then is it that makes the FDA decide that a "outbreak" affecting .00000000001 percent of the US population is due to contamination at a farm in Mexico?