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Lactalis admits contamination same strain as 2005

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The French multinational at the heart of the contaminated baby milk scandal, Lactalis, admitted on 1 February that the strain of Salmonella agona that prompted a global recall after 37 babies became ill, was the same detected at its Craon plant in 2005
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