The Spanish Health Board has issued another health warning after have issued one on Moroccan watermelons resulting in cases of salmonella.
This time is it came via the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, which warned of 92 cases of Salmonella Senftenberg since Sugust last year linked to cherry tomatoes.
There have been cases in Austria (5), Belgium (4), Czech Republic (4), Estonia (1), Finland (12), France (16), Germany (26), Ireland (1), The Netherlands (5), Norway (1) and Sweden (11), The UK (4) and the USA (2). So far, however, there has only been one death.
The first case was detected in France on the 17th of August last year where it was detected in a ready-made, mixed salad.
The cases in Austria were tracked to a wholesalers in Germany, The Netherlands and Spain as well as growers in The Netherlands, Spain and Morocco.