A new Salmonella surveillance and control programme in Danish pig herds and slaughterhouses

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2001-01-01
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Nielsen, B.
Alban, Lis
Helle, Stege
Sørensen, L.
Møgelmose, V.
Bagger, J.
Bagger, J.
Dahl, J.
Baggesen, Dorte
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The Danish Salmonella Surveillance and Control Programme for pigs operates at all stages of the production chain and has been applied nationally since 1995. Due to the program the level of Salmonella in Danish pork has declined from 3.5 % in 1993 to 0.7 % in the year 2000. Simultaneously, the number of human cases with salmonellosis due to pork has declined from approximately 1,144 in 1993 to 166 in 2000.

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