Notice Issued on Outbreak of Suspected Botulism in Bordeaux, France Linked to Sardines
An investigation is underway of a suspected botulism outbreak linked to sardines in Bordeaux, France.
The Canadian government issued a notice on September 14 that public health authorities in France are investigating 10 suspected cases of botulism. Three of those 10 cases are Canadian residents.
Botulism is a serious disease that can be spread by eating food or driving beverages contaminated with a toxin produced by a specific type of bacteria. Symptoms of foodborne botulism can include nausea, vomiting, fatigue, constipation, blurred or double vision and....
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