ATLANTA — The number of new cases of Salmonella Typhimurium infections linked to peanut products have declined substantially since their December peak, but illnesses are still being reported by people who ate the recalled brands of peanut butter crackers after the recall, reported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in its final Web update here last week. The CDC expects the outbreak to continue at low levels for the next several months since many of these products have a long ...
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