It was raw egg based Hollandaise sauce: Marquette County in Michigan frontrunner for 2017 least informative press release

Raw egg-based dished – the purvey of every food porn chef – are not just a problem in Australia.

America too.

Marquette County in Michigan has recently experienced a small Salmonella outbreak among residents.

But that’s all that is being reported.

Coral Beach of Food Safety News called Patrick L. Jacuzzo, Marquette County director of environmental health, who described the outbreak as “restaurant associated” and said the assumption as of Friday afternoon was that raw, unpasteurized eggs served in Hollandaise sauce with eggs Benedict were the source.

So far, 8 people had been sickened.

A table of raw egg-based outbreaks in Australia  is available at:

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