CDC Issues Salmonella Warning for Precut Melons

Melons, such as honeydews and cantaloupes, may make you sick. ... The CDC warns of salmonella infections in eight states after people consumed precut pieces.
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(Natural News) After receiving a lot of questions from consumers about my earlier warning of finding salmonella in a large commodity lot of raw pumpkin seed protein powder, I recorded a follow-up video to explain more. For the record, the summary of what I said is: Somebody is selling contaminated, dangerous pumpkin seed powder contaminated...
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The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) are alerting Wisconsin consumers to a multistate outbreak ofSalmonella Adelaide infections linked to the consumption of pre-cut melons. At this time, no cases have been identified in Wisconsin residents, but the recalled products were sold at locations in the state. The FDA has identified Costco stores in the following Wisconsin...(see release)
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