A catalogue of foodborne diseases
What do anthrax and tapeworm infection have in common?
Raw meat consumption from sick and dying animals (like ox, cow, sheep, goat, camel) is responsible for transmitting anthrax, and raw beef and pork are the source of tapeworm infection.
Which foodborne infections are commonly associated with consumption of contaminated milk and dairy products?
Brucellosis, typhoid fever, non-typhoid salmonellosis, bovine tuberculosis, E.coli infection and listeriosis.