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The delay between consumption of a contaminated food and appearance of the first symptoms of illness is called the incubation period . This ranges from hours to days (and rarely months or even years, such as in the case of listeriosis or bovine spongiform encephalopathy ), depending on the agent, and on how much was consumed. If symptoms occur within one to six hours after eating the food, it suggests that it is caused by a bacterial toxin or a chemical rather than live bacteria.
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