Recent Examples of salmonella from the Web
About 10 to 20 percent of chicken eggs crack in transport, according to the press release, which could lead to salmonella contamination.
The agency said that two samples of kratom products manufactured by Triangle and sold through the retailer Torched Illusions in Tigard, Oregon, were collected by state authorities and tested positive for salmonella.
Did a support turtle leave traces of salmonella on my armrest?
Pets can transfer salmonella to humans who handle contaminated food, touch unwashed surfaces on which contaminated food sat or via feces.
In many cases, food poisoning is caused by bacteria—such as salmonella, E. coli, or campylobacter—that’s lurking in undercooked meat or contaminated produce.
One gram of dog poop can contain up to 23 million fecal coliform bacteria, and dog poop is also a common carrier of whipworms, hookworms, roundworms, parvo, coronavirus, giardia, salmonella, cryptosporidium, and campylobacter.
For now, the CDC is urging Americans to avoid kratom due to the salmonella threat.
Before feeding the pet his or her meal, be alert that several pet food brands have been recently recalled for potential salmonella contamination.
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Origin and Etymology of salmonella
First Known Use: 1913See Words from the same year
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Definition of salmonella for English Language Learners
: a kind of bacteria that is sometimes in food and that makes people sick
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