The French Ministry of Health has confirmed a salmonella case of a baby in Spain that had consumed contaminated infant milk marketed by the Lactalis group, according to scientists from the Pasteur Institute. In December, Lactalis Nutrition Iberia reported its decision to remove from the Spanish market batches of milk powder formulas Damira, Sanutri and Puleva for infants after the occurrence of salmonella cases in France. The Spanish Ministry of Health says it has no confirmation that there has been any case

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