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Guide to Foodborne Pathogens, Second Edition by Ronald G. Labbé, Santos García

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Intermedius was isolated from butter blend and margarine in a food-poisoning outbreak. A coagulase-negative Staphylococcus epidermidis was reported to have caused at least one outbreak. These incidents support testing staphylococci other than S. aureus for enterotoxigenicity, if they are present in large numbers in a food suspected of causing a food-poisoning outbreak. Foods commonly associated with staphylococcal food poisoning fall into general categories such as meat and meat products, salads, cream-filled bakery products and dairy products.

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