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Melbourne's Langham Hotel salmonella outbreak blamed on raw egg mayonnaise

Raw egg mayonnaise has been identified as the cause of a salmonella outbreak at Melbourne's Langham Hotel which caused 130 people to become ill.

This mayonnaise was prepared onsite and was added to chicken sandwiches which were served at a high tea on July 11 which left 16 diners in hospital.

A Department of Health investigation found the condiment contained the same strain of salmonella, which is a form of gastroenteritis, as the people who became unwell.

Victoria's acting chief health officer Professor Michael Ackland said it was extremely likely the eggs were to blame.


To read more:  ABC Online 25/8/15