Food Safety News - May 11, 2018 More illnesses confirmed in Salmonella outbreak traced to eggs

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More illnesses confirmed in Salmonella outbreak traced to eggs

By Coral Beach

Additional illnesses continue to be confirmed in an outbreak of Salmonella traced to eggs from Rose Acre Farms. Nine states have reported infected people. The farm has recalled more than 207 million eggs. Since the initial outbreak announcement on April 16, public health officials have reported a dozen more cases of Salmonella infection to the... Continue Reading

Canadians infected with E. coli after eating romaine lettuce

By Dan Flynn

This week saw the E. coli O157:H7 outbreak associated with romaine lettuce expand to include every border state from New York to Washington state. With 149 people infected in 29 states, it was probably inevitable that Canada also would find itself with a romaine lettuce problem. After all, it does not have a border wall... Continue Reading

People are the secret weapon in the war on foodborne illnesses

By Coral Beach

CHICAGO — Even though more foodborne illness outbreaks are being detected than there were a few years ago, state and federal officials say significant progress has been made in the fight for food safety. Technological and scientific advances such as whole genome sequencing are credited for much of the progress, but the three P's are... Continue Reading

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