SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Retailers around the country last week notified their customers of a massive recall of fresh and frozen ground-turkey products after dozens of people were sickened by an antibiotic-resistant strain of Salmonella. The recall — at 36 million pounds, one of the largest meat recalls in history, according to reports — was initiated by Cargill Meat Solutions, and appeared to originate in a processing plant here. Illnesses thought to be related to the outbreak began appearing in ...

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