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Trends in Foodborne Illness in the United States, 2012

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Graphic: Food Safety Progress Report for 2012

Percentage Change in 2012 compared with 2006-2008: Campylobacter - 14% increase, E. coli O157 - no change, Listeria - no change, Salmonella - no change, Vibrio - 43% increase, Yersinia - no change

2012 rate per 100,000 Population: Campylobacter - 14.30, E. coli O157 - 1.12, Listeria - 0.25, Salmonella - 16.42, Vibrio - 0.41, Yersinia - 0.33

2020 target rate per 100,000 Population: Campylobacter - 8.5, E. coli O157 - 0.6, Listeria - 0.2, Salmonella – 11.4, Vibrio - 0.2, Yersinia - 0.3

 

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