The gallery travels to the US, Canada, UK, Sweden, Denmark and Finland plus an EU-wide outbreak as we bring global updates from food safety agencies.
Did we miss a big outbreak? Let us know in the comments below!
FQN takes a month-by-month look at foodborne outbreaks for which a variety of pathogens and food groups are represented.
We also covered many other outbreaks that did not make the gallery including three related to Salmonella: Tripod Farmers lettuce in Australia reached 144 cases, a total of 11 illnesses from Wonderful Pistachios in the US and sausage in Sweden leading to 39 people ill.
Listeria was behind a recall of 100+ items and nine illnesses from frozen vegetables produced by CRF Frozen Foods of Pasco, Washington and SunOpta recorded a $16m half-year loss from a sunflower kernel recall that affected dozens of snacking products.
Hepatitis A was responsible for an outbreak in Sea Port Bay Scallops (Wild Harvest, Raw Frozen) from the Philippines which sickened 292 people in the US, according to the Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH).
We end with an outbreak of a rare strain of Salmonella in Germany with an unknown source as yet, stay tuned for future updates on this one in 2017.
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