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FoodNet has been tracking trends in the most common infections transmitted through food since 1996. Documenting trends in foodborne illness—which illnesses are decreasing and which are increasing—is essential to the overall goal of reducing foodborne illness.

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Incidence Trends and Tables

Tracking trends in the most common infections transmitted through food…

Fast Facts

Fast facts about FoodNet: pathogens and population covered…

Reports

Summaries of information collected through active surveillance of nine pathogens…

Publications

FoodNet-related abstracts, manuscripts, and other publications from 1997…

 
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