FDA’s Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation (CORE) Network was created to manage not just outbreak response, but surveillance and post-response activities related to incidents involving multiple illnesses linked to FDA-regulated human and animal food and cosmetic products.
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Receive updates on FDA foodborne illness outbreak investigations. Updates are provided as new information becomes available and include the most recent information available on the investigation, the number of illnesses, and advice for consumers and, when appropriate, for industry.