WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Health officials in Sacramento, Calif., suspect three cases of E. coli-O157:H7 food contamination tied to salami are part of an outbreak seen in the Seattle area and thought to have originated in a Hayward, Calif.-based supplier. and Oregon. Meanwhile, the meat processor and federal and state health and agriculture experts continued to search for the source of the E. coli contamination. This is the first cured meat ever thought to be a carrier of the potentially deadly ...

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