Contamination of foodstuffs by harmful bacteria can lead to serious foodborne illnesses and can be life-threatening. Salmonellosis is an important foodborne illness caused by various serovars of non-host adapted paratyphoid Salmonella leading to morbidity, mortality and economic loss. The most found Salmonella serovars associated with poultry meat and egg products are Salmonella enterica Enteritidis and Typhimurium, but other serovars such as Hadar, Infantis, Virchow or Kentucky are becoming a growing concern. The most frequent serovars reported in human salmonellosis in the EU are Enteritidis, Typhimurium, Infantis and Derby. All of which are reported in feed, animals and humans.
Our role is to support you in producing Salmonella free poultry products and thereby contribute to the One Health concept by limiting transmission of zoonotic agents from feed to birds and then to humans. To achieve this goal, we offer you an integrated feed to farm approach with the help of the Sal CURB® and FormaXOLTM solutions.