Salmonella warning limited to Mexican peppers, FDA says

The FDA announced Friday that only Mexican-grown jalapeño peppers are involved in the recent salmonella outbreak, advising consumers to avoid raw jalapeño and serrano peppers. Mexican officials called the announcement premature and have demanded "solid scientific evidence" from the agency. U.S. pepper growers welcomed the revised warning but said it should be expanded to include other regions with no ties to the source of contamination.

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