UK -UK’s raw milk vending machine outbreak expands; 56 sick

Food Safety News Campylobacter

One carry-over from 2016 in United Kingdom is Campylobacter, remaining in 2017 as the most common cause of food poisoning in the U.K. It’s responsible for more than 280,000 cases of food poisoning each year with more 72,000 confirmed cases with a high proportion attributable to food sources.

And the U.K. has also carried at least one rapidly expanding Campylobacter outbreak into the new year.

An outbreak originally reported in mid-December with about six confirmed Campylobacter cases has now reached at least 56 cases. The South Lakeland District Council is investigating and has linked the illnesses to a Kendal farm’s raw milk sales from a vending machine.

South Lakeland Gov

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