Article published the September 17, 2019
Salmonella contaminated animal feed is a major source for introducing Salmonella into the animal feed and food chain [1,2]. A striking example emphasizing the potential of contaminated animal feed to act as a source of Salmonella infections in humans occurred when S. Agona emerged as a public health problem in several countries due to the spread of contaminated imported fish meal used ...
Article published the August 5, 2019
Salmonella is a major food borne pathogen which globally is estimated to cause 93 million enteric infections and 155,000 diarrheal deaths each year . Poultry products are a significant source which initially was considered to be a consequence of the global introduction of industrialized production of broiler chickens around some 50 years ago . In the late 1980s, the emergin ...
Article published the July 25, 2019
In the European Union (EU), efforts are in place to minimize human food-borne Salmonella infections from animal-derived food. Special attention is given to animal feed (1) in line with EU regulation (EC) No 178/ 2002 (known as the ‘Food Law’), which considers animal feed as the first link of the animal-derived food chain. A quantitative risk assessment concluded that in both breeder an ...
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