FDA limits salmonella warning to Mexican peppers

July 25, 2008 by RecallAware
Filed under: Food, Health, News 

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FDA limits salmonella warning to Mexican peppers - CNN.com
Only Mexican-grown jalapeños and serrano peppers have been linked to the salmonella outbreak, a spokesman for the Food and Drug Administration said Friday.
Raw jalapeño peppers from Mexico have been connected to the salmonella outbreak.

Mexican officials said the findings were “premature,” even as the FDA issued an advisory stating that a contaminated jalapeño pepper originated in Mexico.


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