E.coli O157 & Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome

E.coli in bottled water

4th July 2011

Czech food and agriculture authorities have found E.coli in bottled water. A total of 33,000 bottles of the Aquila Aquilinea water have been seized back by the Karlovarske Mineralni Vody Company, which has also issued a warning against consuming water from the brand with an expiry date of 20th May 2012.

A wide range of products has already been blamed for the deadly outbreak that has killed around 50 people in Europe and sickened more than 4000. Contaminated fenugreek seeds imported from Egypt were mentioned last week as a suspect for the origin of the devastating outbreak.

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