Select CDC food safety publications
Key CDC publications during November - December include:
- Salmonellosis and Meat Purchased at Live-Bird and Animal-Slaughter Markets, United States, 2007-2012. This report reviews multiple salmonellosis outbreaks linked to meat purchased at markets, where live poultry and livestock are sold for onsite slaughter. Check out the CDC feature on Staying Safe from SalmonellaGerms at Live Animal and Live Bird Markets!
- Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Chester Infections Associated with Frozen Meals — United States, 2010. Many frozen meals are not "heat and serve" items but are "not-ready-to-eat" (NRTE) products that require full cooking before eating. This report and the CDC Podcast, “Make it Well Done,” describes findings during the outbreak investigation of Salmonella Chester associated with frozen meals.
- International Outbreak of Escherichia coli O104:H4 Infections Associated with Sprout Consumption— Europe and North America, May–July, 2011. This report describes surveillance conducted in the United States, which involved active case-finding, use of laboratory testing protocols specific to non-O157 STEC, interviews to identify potential exposures of interest, and documentation of clinical courses.
- Notes from the Field: Escherichia coli O157:H7 Outbreak Associated with Seasonal Consumption of Raw Ground Beef — Wisconsin, December 2012–January 2013. This publication summarizes an E. coli O157:H7 outbreak linked to eating raw ground beef and crackers, a traditional winter holiday specialty in certain regions of the upper Midwest.
CDC tracked several multistate outbreaks of foodborne illness during November - December, including:
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