Salmonella Outbreak reports; suspect mangoes


They warn that the fruit came from several vendors, including one in Mexico

The authorities of California Public Health investigating a disease that is transmitted by food that has affected 73 people and has been linked with mangoes infected with salmonella.

Authorities said Tuesday they are still investigating what caused the outbreak of salmonella cases in California Braenderup. ‘re trying to identify what types of mango or sources could be related to the disease. Officials of the Department of Public Health of California reported that 67% of patients who have interviewed reported eating mangoes. They also said that the fruit came from several vendors, including one in Mexico.

Agency Canadian Food Inspection also recently reported illnesses resulting from the same bacterial strain. Authorities in California said they are working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration of the United States as well as Canada’s health agencies, to locate the cause.

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