WHO confirms 151 cases of salmonella linked to Ferrero chocolate

MEXICO CITY (approx.). – The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed 151 cases of salmonella linked to consumption of Ferrero brand chocolate, from Belgium, after genetic analysis was carried out in the UK.

In this analysis, it detected a genetic link between the disease-causing bacteria, Salmonella Typhimurium, and a range of chocolates from Belgium, all Kinder-type products, distributed in 113 countries, WHO explained in a statement.

According to the UK’s Health Safety Board, the salmonella outbreak, whose first case was detected in December 2021, has shown resistance to six different antibiotics.

Roderick Gilbert

"Entrepreneur. Internet fanatic. Certified zombie scholar. Friendly troublemaker. Bacon expert."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.