Europe: Salmonella outbreak

Posted on October 29, 2016 • Filed under: Europe, Tourist Food Poisoning, Travel Health

foodsafetynews.com reported a Salmonella outbreak in Europe that may have been ongoing since 2012 is believed to be responsible for the recent death of a child in Croatia and is suspected to be wider spread than originally thought.

The outbreak has been traced by multiple countries to eggs from Poland.

Recalls are ongoing across Europe and in Hong Kong, as seven countries are reporting a total of 260 illnesses between May 1 and Oct. 12 this year. Of those cases, 112 are confirmed and 148 are listed as probable. Read Article

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