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Salmonella outbreaks in many EU countries are associated with infant formula

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Core Tip: 32 cases of Salmonella serotype Poona infection in infants and young children were found in France (30 cases), Belgium (1 case) and Luxembourg (1 case).
According to the European Food Safety Agency, 32 cases of Salmonella serotype Poona infection in infants and young children were found in France (30 cases), Belgium (1 case) and Luxembourg (1 case).

According to multilocus sequence analysis of the core genome, 32 patients were infected with the same pathogenic strain. All patients developed symptoms between August 2018 and February 2019 and consumed one of three rice-based infant formula foods of the same brand. This infant formula product was manufactured by Spanish processing company B from August to October 2018 and sold by French company A.

French company A recalled the same brand of infant formula and infant food in France on January 24, 2019, followed by a recall in Luxembourg. France, Belgium and Spain have taken measures such as issuing public warnings and E-commerce operator A notifying all customers, but there may still be new cases.
 
 
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