Food purchases remain faith-based, at market or megalomart: 4 sick with scombroid from tuna in Sydney

As the buy-local mantra becomes indoctrinated in Australia with 18 confirmed sick with hepatitis A from frozen Chinese berries, a Sydney café has vowed to change suppliers after four were sickened with scombroid poisoning linked to tuna from Thailand.

No country is an island, even Australia.

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