|cdc onions recall||1.37||1||8095||24|
|cdc onions ny||1.09||0.7||52||5|
|cdc onions salmonella||0.39||0.6||4866||59|
|cdc onions outbreak||1.36||0.6||6935||32|
|cdc onions states affected||1.51||0.9||4278||25|
|cdc onion recall list||0.65||0.2||3592||94|
|cdc onion recall 2021||1.78||0.5||5720||70|
|cdc onion recall states||1.01||0.6||2743||81|
|cdc onion recall october 2021||0.03||0.8||878||20|
|onions salmonella recall cdc||1.11||0.7||5336||88|
|cdc recalled onions||1.23||0.7||2747||5|
all red, yellow, white, and sweet yellow onions because they may be contaminated with Salmonella. CDC, public health and regulatory officials in several states, FDA, and Canada investigated a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Newport infections linked to onions.What types of onions are most likely to be contaminated?
Other onion types (such as white, yellow, or sweet yellow) were also likely to be contaminated because the onions were grown and harvested together. all red, yellow, white, and sweet yellow onions because they may be contaminated with Salmonella.Are onions to blame for the Salmonella outbreak?
CDC, FDA, and public health and regulatory officials in several states are collecting different types of data to investigate a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Oranienburg infections linked to onions. Epidemiologic and traceback data show that this outbreak of Salmonella Oranienburg infections is linked to onions.What percentage of people eat onions?
Ninety-one percent of people reported eating onions or foods likely containing onions in the week before their illness started. Of the 208 people who were asked what types of onions they ate, 137 (66%) ate red onions, 130 (63%) ate white onions, and 110 (53%) ate yellow onions.