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Land O' Lakes takes over embattled egg farms connected to salmonella outbreaks

Minnesota-based Land O' Lakes will take over egg production farms in Maine now run by businessman Austin 'Jack' DeCoster. The DeCoster family is getting out of the egg business after their locations were linked to salmonella outbreaks in 2010.
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Minnesota-based Land O' Lakes will take over egg production farms in Maine now run by businessman Austin 'Jack' DeCoster. The DeCoster family is getting out of the egg business after their locations were linked to salmonella outbreaks in 2010.

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