Foster Farms has been linked to salmonella contaminated chicken products that have sickened an estimated 278 people in 18 states. Despite this outbreak, Foster Farms is not yet recalling its product and is instead just advising consumers prepare and cook the chicken properly. Is this what food product safety has come to? Sanitary food preparation and cooking should be practiced by everybody. However, when you know you product is contaminated, then it would seem to me that product must be recalled. I think it's ludicrous to count on people to properly handle contaminated food. 278 cases of food poisoning would indicate that people aren't always up to the task. I'd suggest that if this is the new standard that Foster Farms wishes to operate under, there should be a large warning label on all their products as well as clear instructions about how to handle their product and clean up afterwards. Thoughts?