Vibrio Cases from Venezuelan Crab Meat Showing Up in Maryland

By: Dwight Spencer. It’s the new kid on the block. Well, not really, but how many of us have heard about Vibrio before? I will be honest and raise my hand to that question – until now that is. This is a mean one folks, and one we should not be taking lightly. Due to a recent onset of illnesses linked to Venezuelan crab meat in Maryland, this bacterium is getting some well needed attention. Not that I wish anyone to end up sick, but as I say often: it is better to be informed and know how to battle different types of food borne illnesses than to not. To date, nine cases of Vibrio have been reported due to Venezuelan crab meat. Two have been hospitalized and thankfully no deaths have been reported. State officials are warning consumers to steer clear of unpasteurized crab meat from Venezuela. The CDC is still looking for specifics at this time. I want us to take a look at what Vibrio is, how it is affecting our crab industry, how we can stay on alert concerning signs…

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