WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced yesterday that it had discovered the unique strain of salmonella saintpaul responsible for an outbreak that has caused more than 1,000 illnesses on a single Mexican-grown jalapeno pepper at Agricola Zaragoza, a McAllen, Texas-based produce shipper. Although the FDA emphasized that it did not know at what point in the supply chain the pepper had become contaminated, the company has begun a voluntary recall of all jalapeno peppers ...
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