A study has provided more detail on a multi-year outbreak of Listeria linked to meat products from one company in Germany. The United States was one of 20 countries that received the meat.
Austrian officials have linked six Listeria infections to a German meat producer.
Products from Wilke Waldecker Fleisch- und Wurstwaren are suspected to be behind a Listeria outbreak in Germany involving 37 people and three deaths.
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Authorities in Germany have admitted mistakes were made as part of investigations into a Listeria outbreak that affected 37 people beginning in 2014.
One infection was recorded in 2014, three in 2016 and four in…
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The United States is one of more than 20 countries that may have received meat from a German company linked to a Listeria outbreak.
Potentially contaminated products from Wilke Waldecker Fleisch- und Wurstwaren were distributed…
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