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Don't eat pre-cut cantaloupe if the source is unknown, CDC says, as deadly salmonella outbreak grows

  • Health officials warn consumers to avoid eating pre-cut cantaloupe if the source is unknown due to a deadly salmonella outbreak that has affected 117 people in 34 U.S. States and 63 people in Canada.
  • Recalls of whole and pre-cut cantaloupes have expanded to include various retail chains, such as Kwik Trip, Kroger, Trader Joe's, and Sprouts Farmer's Market, potentially affecting multiple states.
  • The contaminated cantaloupes have caused severe illness, hospitalizations, and two deaths, with vulnerable populations at higher risk. Consumers are advised to discard recalled fruits and sanitize surfaces.
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