ATLANTA — A multi-state salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe grown in Indiana has sickened 141 people, hospitalized 31 and led to two deaths, according to a release from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday night. The Kentucky and Indiana health departments have contacted a cantaloupe grower in Southwestern Indiana that the agencies believe to be linked to the outbreak, CDC said. While the grower’s name has not been released, the CDC said that the farm ...

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