Parsley Caused Shigella Outbreaks for Disease Control and Prevention, here, and the Minnesota Department of Health concluded that seven out of eight restaurant-associated outbreaks of Shigella sonnei in the United States and Canada last year were caused by contaminated fresh, chopped parsley. Investigators confirmed their findings through DNA fingerprinting of isolates taken from the outbreaks. The two agencies suspect that the cotaminated parsley came from a farm based in Baja ...

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