Food Safety: Salmonella Outbreak
A three-month-old salmonella outbreak initially linked to raw tomatoes has been traced to a jalapeño and serrano pepper farm in Mexico.
Slow to Pick Up The Pepper Trail (Post, July 30, 2008, Page D01)
FDA Officials Narrow Salmonella Warning To Mexican Peppers (Post, July 26, 2008, Page D01)
Salmonella-Tainted Jalapeño Found in Texas (Post, July 22, 2008, Page A01)
All Tomatoes Cleared of Salmonella Risk, Officials Say (Post, July 18, 2008, Page D01)
Tracking Produce Proves Complex (Post, July 17, 2008, Page D01)
Officials Add Jalapeños To Salmonella Warning (Post, July 10, 2008, Page D01)
Deconstructing Salsa In Search of Salmonella: Stakes Are High as Probe Widens to Jalapeños, Cilantro, Peppers (Post, July 8, 2008, Page D01)
Tomatoes Still Lead List of Suspects in Salmonella Probe (Post, July 2, 2008, Page D01)
Bad Tomatoes May Still Be on Shelves: FDA to Look at Other Produce, Too (Post, June 28, 2008, Page D01)
Probe Heads to Florida, Mexico: FDA Investigators Retrace Route of Tainted Tomatoes (Post, June 21, 2008, Page D01)
Va. Tomato Farmers Fear Backlash (Post, June 14, 2008, Page D01)
Why Tomatoes Hate America (By Dana Milbank, June 13, 2008, Page A03)
Key Tomato Crop Approved: Salmonella Investigation Continues as FDA Clears Florida Produce (Post, June 11, 2008, Page D01)
Tomatoes Pulled After Salmonella Warning: Three Types Tied to Outbreak, FDA Says (Post, June 10, 2008, Page A01)
Food Finder (July 8, 2008, Page A14)

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