HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Pennsylvania state health authorities last week continued to investigate a large multi-state outbreak of salmonella poisoning that was believed to be linked to fresh-cut tomatoes used on sandwiches sold at Sheetz convenience stores. The outbreak sickened more than 180 people from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and West Virginia. At press time, cut Roma tomatoes supplied by Coronet Foods, Wheeling, W.Va., were considered the most likely source of contamination, according to ...

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