Bill Marler is a national expert on foodborne illness. He has been deeply involved in issues related to food companies whose contaminated products have caused serious injury and death. His advocacy for better food regulation and his work as a lawyer has led to invitations to address local, national, and international gatherings on food safety, including recent testimony to the U.S. Congress’ Committee on Energy and Commerce.

  • Keith Warriner

    Interesting interview and agree the best form of training is to illustrate the consequences rather than stats on foodborne illness. I am not to sure of increased inspection and regulations are the key to success. More accountability and training of food handlers (esp management) will go a long way.