Deux épidémies de salmonellose à Salmonella Enteritidis lysotype 8 liées à la consommation de Cantal au lait cru, France, 2001 Two outbreaks of Salmonella enteritidis phage type 8 linked to the consumption of Cantal cheese made with raw milk, France, 2001

Publié le 1 Juillet 2003
Mis à jour le 10 septembre 2019

Salmonelloses are one are the main causes of foodborne infections in industrialised countries. In France, the incidence of human salmonellosis recorded by the National Reference Centre for Salmonella and Shigella (CNRSS) in 2001 was 21 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and Salmonella serotype Enteritidis represented 39% of cases. This article reports the investigation results of two community outbreaks of salmonellosis that occurred simultaneously in the south west of France, and which were linked to the consumption of cheese made from raw milk.

Auteur : Haeghebaert S, Sulem P, Deroudille L, Vanneroy Adenot E, Bagnis O, Bouvet P, Grimont F, Brisabois A, Le Querrec F, Hervy C, Espie E, de Valk H, Vaillant V
Eurosurveillance, 2003, vol. 8, n°. 7, p. 151-6