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Incidence and Trends of Foodborne Illness, 2011

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Changes in incidence of laboratory-confirmed bacterial infections, US, 2011

Figure 2: Changes in incidence of laboratory-confirmed bacterial infections, US, 2011. Percentage change compared with 2006-2008. 

  • Campylobacter increased by 14%. 
  • Listeria increased by 8%.
  • Salmonella increased by 6%. 
  • Shigella decreased by 43%. 
  • STEC*0157 decreased by 25%. 
  • Vibrio increased by 15%. 
  • Yersinia decreased by 5%.
 

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