The CDC’s Foodborne Disease Active Surveillance Network, FoodNet, has released their most recent report. This report provides a preliminary 2015 data on the nine most common germs spread through food. Overall, the progress in reducing rates of foodborne illnesses has been limited since 2012 and the most frequent causes of infection in 2015 were Salmonella and Campylobacter. Learn more, here.
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