This is a rare bacteria occurring in only 4.2% of all uBiome samples. Any bacteria genus < 5% I view as a probable overgrowth that should be reduced as a secondary target.
“Cronobacter spp. were isolated from:
- 15% of 33 spice and herb samples and
- 3% of 36 taste foods,
- fresh vegetables were detected in 12% of field vegetables and 13% of hydroponic vegetables.
- shredded vegetables were detected from 44% of 9 samples,” 
There are 750+ studies on PubMed. Many studies deal with contaminated milk formula in China. This dive is not fully done yet.
- associated with neonatal diseases (sepsis, meningitis, necrotizing enterocolitis...) urosepsis and bacteremia” 
- Cronobacter sakazakii infection alters serotonin transporter and improved fear memory retention in the rat .
- “Ketogenic diet poses a significant effect on imbalanced gut microbiota… decreases” 
- ” tea polyphenols had an effective bactericidal effect against C. sakazakii,” 
- “. Both strains were susceptible to thymol, carvacrol, thymoquinone, p-cymene, linalool, camphor, citral, eugenol, and trans-cinnamaldehyde as well as cinnamon, lemongrass, oregano, clove, and laurel essential oils; their minimum inhibitory concentrations varied between 0.1 and 2.0 mg/mL” 
- “, combinations of commercial Nisaplin and the food additive citric acid reduced C. sakazakii numbers markedly in infant formula within the same 3 h period. ” 
- “Citral (lemon oil) substantially reduced the adhesion and invasion of C. sakazakii to Caco-2 cells and decreased bacterial survival and replication ” 
- “Lactobacillus plantarum NTU 102 from homemade Korean-style cabbage pickles…. was found to be effective against V. parahaemolyticus BCRC 12864 and Cronobacter sakazakii BCRC 13988. ” 
- “the greatest co-aggregation abilities were observed for Bifidobacterium bifidum W23, Lactobacillus plantarum W21 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus W71….” 
- [Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG inhibits Cronobacter-induced meningitis in neonatal rats] 2015.
- shredded vegetables
- Vitamin C
- Lactobacillus plantarum
- Bifidobacterium bifidum ,
- Lactobacillus rhamnosus
- Nisaplin (from Lactococcus lactis )
- Ketogenic diet