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Cargill lays off 130 at turkey plant found to be the source of salmonella outbreak

Cargill says they couldn't find work for all the employees at its Springdale, Ark. plant after a test came back positive for salmonella -- shutting down production. The outbreak killed one person and sickened more than 100.
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Cargill says they couldn't find work for all the employees at its Springdale, Ark. plant after a test came back positive for salmonella -- shutting down production. The outbreak killed one person and sickened more than 100.

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