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Government confirms salmonella in latest Cargill turkey recall

Officials say both cases stem from the same processing plant in Arkansas. The initial salmonella outbreak from last month was linked to one death and 77 illnesses. No illnesses have been reported in the latest recall.
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Officials say both cases stem from the same processing plant in Arkansas. The initial salmonella outbreak from last month was linked to one death and 77 illnesses. No illnesses have been reported in the latest recall.

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