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Overview this report addresses the issue of enterobacter sakazakii and other microorganisms in powdered infant formula pif this volume and others in this microbiological risk assessment series contain information that is useful to both risk assessors and risk managers the codex alimentarius commission governments and food regulatory agencies industries care givers to infants and other enterobacter sakazakii and salmonella in powdered infant formula meeting report microbiological risk assessment series no 10 publication of the report was coordinated by sarah cahill ruth duffy edited the report acknowledgements 1 enterobacter sakazakii pathogenicity 2get this from a library enterobacter sakazakii and salmonella in powdered infant formula meeting report world health organization food and agriculture organization of the united nations enterobacter sakazakii and salmonella are the primary pathogens of concern with regard to powdered infant formula guidance for the control of these hazards is currently being developed by codex enterobacter sakazakii and salmonella in powdered infant formula meeting report microbiological risk assessment series 10 faowho 2006 isbn 92 5 105574 2 corrigenda pdf 31kb also available report on enterobacter sakazakii and other micro organisms in powdered infant formula now availableabstract powdered infant formula is not sterile and may be intrinsically contaminated with pathogens such as salmonella enterica that can cause serious illness in infantsin recent years at least 6 outbreaks of salmonella infection in infants that have been linked to the consumption of powdered infant formula have been reported many of these outbreaks were identified because the

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