AUSTRALIA: Contaminated Kraft Foods peanut butter implicated in elderly man's death
Melbourne Coroners' Court heard yesterday how salmonella contaminated peanut butter produced by Kraft Foods led to the death of an elderly man. Seventy-two year old Victor Robinson was admitted to hospital in April 1996 suffering from pneumonia and sickness; he died four weeks later and an autopsy revealed salmonella pathogens in his lungs. High-profile microbiologist Dr Beverly-Anne Biggs explained to yesterday's court hearing that she believed he would not have died if he had not consumed the product.
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