Infected Food Handler Suspected Source of E. Coli Outbreak at Houghton (Michigan) Restaurant

According to a news article published in the Mining Gazette on Friday, January 13th, an infected food worker is the suspect source of an E. coli O157 outbreak at the Ambassador Restaurant in Houghton last month.  Seven persons developed illness and four were hospitalized.

The full article is available at: http://www.mininggazette.com/page/content.detail/id/523695/E–coli-outbreak-at-Houghton-eatery.html?nav=5006

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About Les Bourquin

Professor and Food Safety Specialist Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition Michigan State University
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One Response to Infected Food Handler Suspected Source of E. Coli Outbreak at Houghton (Michigan) Restaurant

  1. Pingback: Restaurant Responsibility in Spotlight as Michigan Probes E. coli Outbreak | Food Poisoning Bulletin

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