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Outbreak of Salmonella enterica serotype Poona in infants linked to persistent Salmonella contamination in an infant formula manufacturing facility, France, August 2018 to February 2019.
Jones, Gabrielle | Pardos de la Gandara, Maria | Herrera-Leon, Laura ISCIII | Herrera-Leon, Silvia ISCIII | Varela Martinez, Carmen | Hureaux-Roy, Roselyne | Abdallah, Yasmine | Nisavanh, Athinna | Fabre, Laetitia | Renaudat, Charlotte | Mossong, Joël | Mattheus, Wesley | Huard, Cécile | Le Borgne, Caroline | de Valk, Henriette | Weill, François-Xavier | Jourdan-Da Silva, Nathalie
Euro Surveill . 2019 Mar;24(13):1900161.
We describe a Salmonella Poona outbreak involving 31 infant cases in France. Following outbreak detection on 18 January 2019, consumption of rice-based infant formula manufactured at a facility in Spain was identified as the probable cause, leading to a recall on 24 January. Whole genome sequencing analysis linked present outbreak isolates to a 2010-11 S. Poona outbreak in Spain associated with formula manufactured in the same facility, indicating a persistent source of contamination.
France | Poona | Salmonella | outbreak | persistent contamination; | powdered infant formula | whole genome sequencing
Disease Outbreaks | Female | Food Contamination | France | Genome-Wide Association Study | Humans | Infant | Infant Formula | Male | Manufacturing and Industrial Facilities | Salmonella Food Poisoning | Salmonella Infections | Salmonella enterica | Serogroup | Serotyping | Spain | Whole Genome Sequencing
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