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  • Unlike Salmonella enteritidis which is mainly associated with poultry and eggs, multi-drug resistant Salmonella typhimurium DT 104 can be found in a broad range of foodstuffs.

    Chapter 2

  • Records obtained by The Des Moines Register under the Freedom of Information Act indicate that some of Iowa's major egg producers aren't meeting minimum federal standards intended to protect consumers from salmonella enteritidis — a potentially fatal bacterial infection that triggered a nationwide egg recall last August.

    Egg farm regulations still skimpy

  • Things were far different last spring and summer during the salmonella enteritidis scare in the U.S. This episode—associated with shell eggs—created near hysteria.

    Food Is Much Safer Than You Think

  • Records obtained by The Des Moines Register under the Freedom of Information Act indicate that some of Iowa's major egg producers aren't meeting minimum federal standards intended to protect consumers from salmonella enteritidis — a potentially fatal bacterial infection that triggered a nationwide egg recall last August.

    Egg farm regulations still skimpy

  • Records obtained by The Des Moines Register under the Freedom of Information Act indicate that some of Iowa's major egg producers aren't meeting minimum federal standards intended to protect consumers from salmonella enteritidis — a potentially fatal bacterial infection that triggered a nationwide egg recall last August.

    Egg farm regulations still skimpy

  • Things were far different last spring and summer during the salmonella enteritidis scare in the U.S. This episode—associated with shell eggs—created near hysteria.

    Food Is Much Safer Than You Think

  • And they simply asked the simple question of: We know there was salmonella enteritidis; common sources are either chicken or eggs.

    Tracing Salmonella: Find Out Who Eats What, Where

  • Salmonella enteritidis is a bacterium that lives in animal intestines, is often present in feces and can be spread by mice, birds, flies and other organisms.

    Inspectors find unsanitary conditions at egg farms

  • At Hillandale Farms, laboratory tests confirmed the presence of Salmonella enteritidis in water used to wash eggs before they are packaged, said Jeff Farrar, FDA associate commissioner for food protection.

    Inspectors find unsanitary conditions at egg farms

  • "Role of acid-suppressing medications during a sustained outbreak of Salmonella enteritidis infection in a long-term care facility."

    Leo Galland, M.D.: Acid Reflux: The Truth Behind Heartburn

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