SILVER SPRING, Md. — Due to a link to a multi-state salmonella outbreak, the Food and Drug Administration last night announced the recall of cantaloupe from Chamberlain Farms, Owensville, Ind. State and federal agencies waited several days after announcing the outbreak’s link to Indiana cantaloupe before naming the farm. Chamberlain Farms shipped the tainted cantaloupe to Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, Ohio and Illinois, but the shipments may have been sent on to ...

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