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Incidence and Trends of Foodborne Illness, 2011

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Graphic: Food Safety Progress Report for 2011

Figure 2: Food Safety Progress Report for 2011.
 

  • Percentage Change in 2011 compared to 2006-2008: Campylobacter 14% increase, E.Coli 0157 25% decrease, Listeria-no change, Salmonella-no change, Vibrio-no change, Yersinia-no change
  • 2011 rate per 100,000 Population: Campylobacter-14.31, E.Coli 0157-0.98, Listeria-0.28, Salmonella-16.47, Vibrio-0.33, Yersinia-0.34
  • 2020 target rate per 100,000 Population: Campylobacter-8.5, E.Coli 0157-0.6, Listeria-0.28, Salmonella-0.2, Vibrio-0.2, Yersinia-0.3
 

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