ALTOONA, Pa. -- Sheetz has seen fresh-food sales plummet in the wake of a five-state outbreak of salmonella poisoning linked to food sold at its convenience stores. Since July 2, there have been more than 290 cases of salmonella-linked illnesses reported in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia, officials said. The Food and Drug Administration, working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and several state health and agricultural agencies, identified ...

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