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2014-08-13 16:25:13

Updated August 13, 2014 This notice has been updated to include 4 additional cases and to communicate the closing of the investigation. OTTAWA,

2014-06-20 16:22:57

OTTAWA, June 20, 2014 /CNW/ - This public health notice has been updated to include 8 additional cases that have been added to the investigation.

Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Cucumbers Sickens People In 18 States
2013-04-26 07:04:18

In the latest health crisis surrounding salmonella, more than 70 people across 18 states have been sickened from contaminated Mexican cucumbers, according to a statement by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday.

16 Ill From Salmonella In Ground Beef
2013-01-30 21:18:31

Officials from the CDC are warning of a Salmonella outbreak linked to ground beef.

Could Sushi Be The Cause Of Newest Salmonella Outbreak?
2012-04-05 04:59:06

The Center for Disease control (CDC) is reporting that 90 people in 19 states, including the District of Columbia, have become ill in a new Salmonella outbreak.

2012-03-15 17:03:29

Foodborne disease outbreaks caused by imported food appeared to rise in 2009 and 2010, and nearly half of the outbreaks implicated foods imported from areas which previously had not been associated with outbreaks.

Taco Bell Linked To 2011 Salmonella Outbreak
2012-02-02 13:23:57

The Mexican fast food chain Taco Bell has now been connected to an outbreak of salmonella that occurred in October and November of last year and affected some 68 people across 10 states.

Death Toll Rises In Cantaloupe-Related Listeria Outbreak
2011-10-09 05:30:15

Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now report that 21 people have died as a result of a listeria outbreak linked to one Colorado farm's cantaloupes, according to various media reports published late last week.


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