Second baby contracts salmonella in Spain after drinking ‘contaminated’ Lactalis milk

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A SECOND case of a baby contracting salmonella from drinking infected Lactalis milk in Spain has been confirmed by the Basque Health Board.

In a press statement, the board confirmed the infant was taken to the Basurto University Hospital in Bilbao but that it is in good health, and has since been discharged.

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This is the second case in Spain since Lactallis announced up to 7,000 tonnes of their product could be contaminated.

Last month a baby that was drinking Damira – a company owned by Lactalis –  milk also contracted the disease.

Lactalis has taken many  baby  milk  products off the shelves as a precaution such as Puleva  Bebe,  Damira and Sanutri, but it is difficult to predict how much of the contaminated product is in stores.


 





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