Discovery of tainted jalapeño highlights food-safety problems

The FDA's discovery of a salmonella strain in a Mexican-grown jalapeño pepper in Texas has exposed problems in the U.S. food-safety system, such as poor record keeping. The findings of the investigation into the outbreak could help the federal government and the food industry make improvements to the system.

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