Multistate Outbreak of Human Salmonella Infantis Infections Linked to Dry Dog Food (Final Update)
Posted July 18, 2012 6:00 PM ET
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Notes from the Field: Human Salmonella Infantis Infections Linked to Dry Dog Food — United States and Canada, 2012 MMWR Weekly, June 15, 2012 / 61(23);436-436.
FDA: Investigation of a Multi-state Outbreak of Salmonella Infantis Linked to Dry Dog FoodExternal
Public Health Agency of Canada: Public Health Notice – Illnesses related to Salmonella and pet foodExternal
CDC Feature: Salmonella from Dry Pet Food and Treats
CDC’s Healthy Pets Healthy People
Salmonella Infection (salmonellosis) and Animals
FDA Tips for Preventing Foodborne Illness Associated with Pet Food and Pet TreatsExternal
Regulation of Pet Food and LabelingExternal
General Information: Salmonella
Description of the Steps In a Foodborne Outbreak Investigation
Multistate Outbreak of Human Salmonella Infections Caused by Contaminated Dry Dog Food — United States, 2006–2007 MMWR Weekly, May 16, 2008 / 57(19);521-524.
Update: Recall of Dry Dog and Cat Food Products Associated with Human Salmonella Schwarzengrund Infections — United States, 2008 MMWR Weekly, November 7, 2008 / 57(44);1200-1202
CDC’s Role During a Multi-State Foodborne Outbreak Investigation
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