Two outbreaks of an unusual strain of salmonella (Enteritidis PT 14b) have led the UK Food Standards Agency to re-emphasise its advice to food businesses about only using properly cooked or pasteurised egg.  Over 150 people have been taken ill since early September in the South East and North West of England and one person in Cheshire died last weekend. The symptoms are diarrhoea, vomiting and fever.