What is the Deadliest Foodbourne Pathogen?

What is the deadliest foodbourne pathogen? Listeria Momcytogenes

Listeria Monocytogenes

The fatality rate of Listeriosis cases is 20% and nearly everyone who contracts it is hospitalized.1 Those individuals at highest risk of contracting Listeriosis are:

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Unlike other pathogens, Listeria monocytogenes thrives in cold environments like ice machines and coolers. While Listeriosis prevention should be a priority for all foodservice locations, it is especially important to healthcare foodservice, which serves many of these high-risk populations. Click below to learn more about Listeria and how to prevent it!

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