Ongoing nationwide outbreak of Salmonella Agona associated with internationally distributed infant milk products, France, December 2017

Publié le 11 Janvier 2018
Mis à jour le 10 septembre 2019

On 1 December 2017, an outbreak of Salmonella Agona infections among infants was identified in France. To date, 37 cases (median age: 4 months) and two further international cases have been confirmed. Five different infant milk products manufactured at one facility were implicated. On 2 and 10 December, the company recalled the implicated products; on 22 December, all products processed at the facility since February 2017. Trace-forward investigations indicated product distribution to 66 countries.

Auteur : Jourdan-da Silva Nathalie, Fabre Laetitia, Robinson Eve, Fournet Nelly, Nisavanh Athinna, Bruyand Mathias, Mailles Alexandra, Serre Estelle, Ravel Magali, Guibert Véronique, Issenhuth-Jeanjean Sylvie, Renaudat Charlotte, Tourdjman Mathieu, Septfons Alexandra, de Valk Henriette, Le Hello Simon
Eurosurveillance, 2018, vol. 23, n°. 2, p. 1-5