CDC warns of Salmonella infections linked to raw alfalfa sprouts


news desk Lord, save her

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported a multi-state outbreak salmonella Typhimurium infections.

Fifteen people were infected with an outbreak of the strain salmonella It has been reported from Oklahoma, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Two people were taken to hospital. No deaths have been reported.

Interviews with 12 patients and tracking data show that raw alfalfa sprouts from SunSprout Enterprises in Fremont, Nebraska, may make people sick.

All 12 people interviewed so far reported eating alfalfa sprouts, whether they were purchased at a grocery store or eaten at a restaurant.

On Dec. 29, SunSprout Foundation He remembers Four lots of raw alfalfa sprouts sold to food service and grocery stores between late November and mid-December 2022.

Pulled buds were packaged in 4-ounce plastic containers and labeled with batch numbers 4211, 5211, 3212, or 4212. Best dates are between 10/12/22 and 1/7/23.

The actual number of patients in this outbreak is likely to be higher than the number reported, and the outbreak may not be limited to states with known illnesses. This is because some people recover without medical care and are not tested salmonella.

Subscribe to Outbreak News TV on YouTube

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.