FDA may have pinpointed Mexican farm linked to salmonella

09/15/2008 | Washington Post, The

The FDA says a farm and packing plant in Mexico, as well as its warehouse in Texas, may be the source of salmonella that affected at least 1,440 people. Although some Mexican producers meet strict sanitary standards, others do not, according to the Associated Press, and all a Mexican producer has to do to sell produce in the U.S. is register online.

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