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Foodborne salmonella infections in Denmark reach historic low

04:26 EST 1 Dec 2016 | Science Daily

A record low number of foodborne salmonella cases were registered in Denmark in 2015. While travel remains the leading cause of salmonella infections, no cases have been attributed to Danish eggs for the first time in the almost 30-year history of the salmonella source account. .

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