Salmonella infection is often caused by raw or uncooked eggs and chicken. But this dangerous bacterium is not limited to chicken and egg products. The Salmonella outbreak in 2015 was infected by 907 cucumbers in 40 states. More than 200 people were hospitalized and four died. The source of the infection was cucumber in that year. Salmon produces one million food-borne diseases each year in the United States. People infected with Salmon face symptoms fever, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. These symptoms usually last for 7 days, and most people will recover without treatment. But in severe cases, the infection can enter the bloodstream. These cases require hospitalization and immediate antibiotic treatment to avoid death.