Infants are dying from contaminated formula

STOP is currently appealing to the

FDA, CDC, and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists to add Cronobacter sakazakii to the Nationally Reportable Disease List.

Salmonella Standards:

Americans Overwhelmingly Support Stronger Poultry Production Regulations

"Current USDA standards are scientifically outdated and not enforceable,"

says STOP CEO Mitzi Baum. "Poultry contaminated with Salmonella in violation of USDA's current 'performance standards' can still be sold with USDA's 'mark of inspection.'"

There are a lot of unknowns.
Where do I start?

Many who have walked this road have put this guide together for you:

I have bloody diarrhea.
Should I go to the ER?

Yes.

10 things to do if you think you have food poisoning ...

STAY SAFE.

Sign up for RECALL e-ALERTS

Get notified of potentially harmful
recalled foods ...

in your US state or Canadian province

Online Support Groups

are a great way to connect with people who understand your situation.

When you need advice from someone who’s been there.

Stop Foodborne Illness is a national nonprofit, public health organization dedicated to
the prevention of illness and death from foodborne pathogens.

Stories Behind the Statistics

Our history is filled with examples of individuals and families who have come together and, as a good friend says, “transformed isolated losses into something bigger than individual tragedy.” We know that you consider the mission of Stop Foodborne Illness worthwhile and that, together with us, you’ll advance the cause of food safety.

TAKE ACTION

A consumer-industry initiative to influence human behaviors and improve internal food safety culture

For more information contact Alliance Manager, Eliese Ronke: eronke@stopfoodborneillness.org