Strawberry sales are rebounding now that federal health officials have refocused cyclospora investigations on imported raspberries. National media reports originally linked outbreaks of the cyclospora parasite to strawberries, causing a dip in purchases of the fruit during what is normally a prime selling period. But according to several retailers and the California Strawberry Commission, strawberry sales are returning to near-normal levels after a rocky few weeks in June and July. "I was ...

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