Featured Consumer Resources
- FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition: Bacteriological Analytical Manual Online
- This government website is primarily devoted to the information available from the FDA, and is intended to aide health inspectors and people with scientific backgrounds who are working with Salmonella.
- The Virtual Museum of Bacteria: Salmonella
- Provides pictures of Salmonella bacteria, and links to other photo sources, fact sheets, lectures, and scientific sites about Salmonella.
- What are Salmonella?
- A website that provides information on the different Salmonella serotypes, as well as general information on Salmonella, such as how it is transmitted and the symptoms of infection.
- The “Bad Bug” Book - Salmonella
- This online handbook provides basic facts about Salmonella, and brings together in one place information from the FDA, CDC, National Institutes of Health, and the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service.
- MedLine Plus: Salmonella Infections
- This website is a service of the National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health. Its focus is on news and specific conditions which could lead to Salmonella infections, such as under-cooking eggs. Links to other resources are also available.
- Centers for Disease Control: Frequently Asked Questions about Salmonella
- Answers questions such as: How common is Salmonella? What sort of germ is Salmonella? How is the infection diagnosed? How does food or water get contaminated with Salmonella? What can be done to prevent the infection? What are public health agencies doing to prevent or control Salmonella?