Food Safety Recall round-up 21-27 April 2018

Recalls: Enterobacter Sakazakii, E. coli and allergens

By Joseph James Whitworth contact

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Incorrect naming - worryingly

Posted by Stephen Forsythe,

There is a worrying persistence in the use of the name Enterobacter sakazakii since this no longer exists. The organism was redefined in 2007 and reclassified as the genus Cronobacter (composed of 7 species). Subsequently lot of changes have occurred regarding detection methods. These days phenotyping cannot be reliably used conformation of the organism's identity.
I am therefore concerned that the old name from 10 years ago is being used here in this alert.
For list of own publications see www.foodmicrobe.com/publications.htm

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