Melons cause salmonella outbreak in 10 countries!

Melons cause salmonella outbreak in 10 countries!

Melons from Latin America have caused an outbreak of salmonellosis. More than 200 people in 10 different countries have been affected. Cases have been reported in Denmark, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the UK, Canada and Switzerland. The outbreaks started at the end of March, according to foodsafetynews. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said the source was whole honeydew, cantaloupe and galia melons from Costa Rica, Honduras and Brazil. In the UK, 52 people fell ill between 29 March and 28 April. Public Health England, Food Standards Scotland and other UK health protection and food safety…

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