The CDC issued the final report on the Salmonella outbreak linked to Charcuterie Meats

The CDC reported that the outbreak of Salmonella in Charcuterie meats is over. A total of 104 people were infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella, and 27 were hospitalized In 33 states. Illnesses started from November 20, 2023, to February 10, 2024. Of 92 people with information available, 27 were hospitalized. No deaths were reported. Of 68 people interviewed, 50 (74%) sick people reported eating a variety of charcuterie meats. 25 people provided specific information or shopper card records, all of which reported brands of charcuterie meats produced by Fratelli Beretta. The outbreak strain was found in one package of Fratelli Beretta charcuterie products. The outbreak investigation is over but recalled products have a six-month shelf life. The recalled products were sold nationwide under many brands, including Aldi, Beretta, Black Bear, Busseto, Culinary Tour, Dietz and Watson, Lidl, Publix, and Salumi Artigianali. @


 CDC: Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Charcuterie Meats
CDC: Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Charcuterie Meats

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