can never be too careful. Practice proper storage and handling
techniques with the pet foods you use. It will be safer for you and your
pets. Store them in a resealable container so insects and rodents
cannot get into the food. Wash your hands if you handle the foods directly to prevent the risk of bacterial contamination. Always check the expiration dates of the food and be careful with foods which have short dating. If you have multiple bags of food make sure you rotate the bags so you are always using the freshest foods.
Diamond Pet Foods Partly Linked To 22 Human Salmonella Infantis Cases
(RTTNews) - The Center for Disease Control and Prevention attributed the multi-state outbreak of human salmonella infections to various brands of dry pet food, including those manufactured by Diamond Pet Food in South Carolina. A total of 22 persons have been infected with human salmonella infantis, out of which twenty are reported from 13 states, while two are from Canada.