UK: Bottled water linked with food poisoning

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 3 October 2003

A report by a UK academic published in the US journal, Emerging Infectious Diseases, has suggested that bottled mineral water could account for 12% of cases of food poisoning by the campylobacter bacterium which is the largest source of food-borne infection in the western world.

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A report by a UK academic published in the US journal, Emerging Infectious Diseases, has suggested that bottled mineral water could account for 12% of cases of food poisoning by the campylobacter bacterium which is the largest source of food-borne infection in the western world.

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