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Brisbane Salmonella Outbreak leaves 220 ill and one dead

Australia’s food industry is one of the best in the world, with some of the most stringent food handling and food safety regulations so when we hear about serious food poisoning incidents that sickening hundreds and even claim lives it

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Leading Cause of Foodborne Illnesses Globally

I recently came across an interesting article about Salmonella poisoning in The United States which explained that although Salmonella is a leading cause of foodborne illness, the American authorities have a very tolerant approach towards food manufacturers regarding Salmonella. Whereas

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Even Non-Humans at Risk of Food Poisoning

Food poisoning is not limited to human beings, as a recent article on the Foodsafetynews.com website points out. A pet food manufacturer had to recall it’s product for a suspected Salmonella contamination. Salmonella often leads to disorders, including gastroenteritis, spontaneous

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Learn to Treat Salmonella Poisoning the Right Way

Source : Wesley Fryer Avoid Antibiotics: Taking antibiotics can actually slow down your recovery from salmonella poisoning because it can reduce the rate at which your body rids itself of the bacteria even though it may slow the symptoms. Avoid

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Salmonella Contamination detected in Probiotic Product Range

A range of supplements have been recalled in The USA due to a possible salmonella contamination. A company in California, USA that manufactures dietary supplements (Eco Health Inc.) were informed of the possible contamination by the United States Food and

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Retailers Respond to Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak

According to a post by FoodSafety.com major retailer have reacted to the salmonella outbreak that affected some its produce.  The cantaloupe contamination outbreak which took the lives of two consumers, has led companies such as Walmart to speak out about

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