Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Remaining vigilant in the fight against salmonella infections

By Elizabeth Bobenhausen Poultry Times staff ebobenhausen@poultrytimes.com

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration defines salmonella as a “group of bacteria that can cause gastrointestinal illness and fever called salmonellosis.” According to their website, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that the bacteria can be detected in several types of food such as vegetables like sprouts, eggs, chicken, pork and fruits. It can also be detected in processed foods, for example, nut butters, frozen pot pies, chicken nuggets and stuffed chicken meals.

The FDA adds the bacteria can be transmitted from food managers who do not clean their hands when preparing food. If. . .

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