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Sweden solves Salmonella outbreak; sprouts identified as likely source

9 days ago   |   By Food Safety News

An outbreak of a rare type of Salmonella has been declared over in Sweden after more than 50 people fell sick. The outbreak of Salmonella Coeln is thought to have been caused by fresh sprouts.
From the end of August to October, 52 people from 14 regions were found with the same type of Salmonella Coeln thanks to whole genome sequencing. This means it is likely they were infected by a common source.
Salmonellosis cases were aged 0 to 85 years old with a median of 35. Overall, 27 females and 25 males were sick.
As there have been no new cases or samples of the outbreak strain from patients...
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