FORTH WORTH, Texas -- After at least ten people were hospitalized with botulism or suspected botulism, a salvage warehouse serving primarily low-income customers was closed by the Texas Department of Health, Austin, once it was discovered to be the common link among those who got sick from eating frozen chili purchased there. The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued notice on Sept. 3 that a Texas firm, Classic Foods, Fort Worth, had voluntarily recalled approximately 15,000 pounds of ...

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