Idaho_mapThanks to our Outbreak Database and you thought the 250 ill with Salmonella linked to the Boise Co-op was a lot:

Caldwell Fresh Foods Alfalfa Sprouts 2010

A multistate outbreak of Salmonella Newport was attributed to the consumption of alfalfa sprouts. Genetic fingerprinting of the Salmonella Newport isolates from case-patients showed that they had a genetically identical strain of this bacteria…Read More »

Taylor Farms Shredded lettuce 2009

Shredded lettuce sickened 145 people with Salmonella Typhimurium in the western states of the USA and at least 12 people in Canada. Shredded lettuce, possibly from quick-service restaurant locations, seemed the likely cause of the outbreak…Read More »

Daniele International, Inc. Italian Sausages/Salame & Wholesome Spice and Mincing Overseas Spice Companies Black and Crushed Red Pepper 2009

Salame products produced by Daniele International, Inc., a Rhode Island based company, were implicated in a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Montevideo, a very common type of Salmonella…Read More »

Water Frog Contact 2009

A multistate outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium resulted from contact with African Dwarf Frogs which are an aquatic species of frog. Traceback from 21 patient homes and two distributors identified a breeder in Madera, California, Blue Lobster Farms…Read More »

Union International Food Company Ground Pepper 2008

White and black pepper products from the Union City, California, facility of the Union International Food Company were found to contain Salmonella and were linked to illnesses in four states…Read More »

Peanut Corporation of America, Peanut Butter and Peanut Butter – Containing Products 2008

Beginning in November, CDC (Centers for Disease Control) PulseNet staff noted a small and highly dispersed, multistate cluster of Salmonella Typhimurium isolates. The outbreak consisted of two pulsed field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) defined clusters …Read More »

Multistate Tomatoes and Peppers 2008

New Mexico public health identified the first four cases of Salmonella Newport associated with this outbreak. Soon after cases were identified in Texas and the Navajo Nation through PulseNet. Eventually cases in 43 states and Canada were identified…Read More »

Safeway Ground Beef 2007

Safeway markets in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and New Mexico sold contaminated ground beef. A rare, drug resistant, strain of Salmonella Newport was isolated from the ill…Read More »

ConAgra Banquet Pot Pie 2007

In early June, 2007, four infections sharing a pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) pattern were identified by the Pennsylvania Department of Health…Read More »

ConAgra Peter Pan and Great Value Peanut Butter 2006

In November, 2006, public health officials detected a substantial increase in reports of Salmonella Tennessee isolates. In February, 2007, a multistate, case-control study linked the consumption of either Peter Pan or Great Value Peanut Butter brand…Read More »

Idaho Restaurant Unknown 2006

A confirmed outbreak of Salmonella Enteriditis occurred among people who had eaten at a restaurant in Idaho. The vehicle of infection was not described.…Read More »

Baby Chicks 2005

A multistate outbreak of Salmonella Ohio occurred due to contact with baby chicks.…Read More »

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