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Cronobacter (formerly called Enterobacter sakazakii) is a group of bacteria that are found naturally in the environment. These bacteria can survive in very dry conditions. Sometimes, they have been found in dry foods, such as powdered infant formula, powdered milk, herbal teas, and starches. They also have been found in wastewater. 

Powdered baby formula is not a sterile product.
Cronobacter: A group of bacteria found in the environment and foods.
Illnesses linked to powdered infant formula
In some outbreak investigations, Cronobacter bacteria were found in powdered infant formula that had been contaminated in the factory. In other cases, Cronobacter bacteria might have contaminated the powdered infant formula after it was opened at home or elsewhere during preparation.


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