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CDC and Food Safety
Hub for CDC’s activities and programs that support food safety

Estimates of Foodborne Illness in the US
Articles and tables related to the 2011 burden

CDC's Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases
To better understand emerging, reemerging, drug-resistant, bacterial, parasitic, and mycotic pathogens and to discover the pathways they use to make people sick

CDC’s Enteric Diseases Epidemiology Branch
Tracking pathogens and identifying sources for bacterial enteric (intestinal) infections transmitted by food and other routes.


FoodNet Data Tables and Figures

FoodNet Reports

FoodNet Publications and Clinical Infectious Disease 2012 Supplement

Vital Signs Hub
2011 Vital Signs releases and related products

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Estimates of Foodborne Illness in the US
Articles and tables related to the 2011 burden

Foodborne Illness Surveillance, Response and Data Systems
Hub for CDC’s foodborne illness surveillance systems with descriptions and links to reports

Raw Milk
Information about dangers of raw milk, which feature videos, extensive Q&As, and specific information on the major raw milk publication in early 2012

Medscape Expert Commentaries
Medscape videos on general foodborne illness trends, raw milk, sprouts, Salmonella, and Listeria

Ads & Social Media, and Print Materials
Food-related ads, buttons, badges, and PDF fact sheets on food safety topics

Features and Stories from the Field
Feature stories and stories from our partners in the field about the work we do to prevent and respond to foodborne illness

Prevention Campaign Toolkit
Download and customize materials from the Ad Council's Food Safe Families campaign that emphasizes four food safety behaviors: clean, separate, cook, and chill

Gateway for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Health Professionals
Resources for health departments, including Did You Know? and Have You Heard? e-newsletters, which health departments are encouraged to contribute to

Content Syndication
CDC web content that you can use on your own web pages. If you would like to syndicate one of our food-related pages that is not currently available for syndication, please submit a request

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Global Foodborne Infections Network
GFN equips countries to better detect and control foodborne and other enteric infections through increased capacity for integrated laboratory-based surveillance

Global Disease Detection
CDC’s principal and most visible program for developing and strengthening global capacity to rapidly detect, accurately identify, and promptly contain international emerging infectious disease and bioterrorist threats

CDC Publications

Peer-reviewed and MMWR articles about enteric diseases

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