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Del Monte Vegetable Tray Implicated in <i>Salmonella</i> Outbreak
Health officials indicate this outbreak is not related to the 2018 Cyclospora outbreak linked to Del Monte’s vegetable trays, which sickened 250 individuals.
Tahini Consumption Associated With <i>Salmonella</i> Concord Outbreak
According to the CDC, the outbreak is not connected to with the Salmonella outbreak resolved in February that was linked with tahini and sickened 8 individuals across 4 states.
Gastrointestinal Illness Outbreak Tied to Raw Oysters
Consumption of oysters from a Mexican estuary has led to infections caused by multiple pathogens, with some individuals infected by more than 1 bug.
Mystery <i>E coli</i> Outbreak Likely Linked to Ground Beef
More than 80% of ill individuals reported consuming ground beef prior to falling ill, yet health officials have been unable to pinpoint a common supplier, distributor, or brand responsible for this outbreak.
<i>Listeria</i> Outbreak With Unknown Source Turns Deadly
Health officials hypothesize that deli sliced meats and cheeses are responsible for the infections, yet a common source has not been identified at this time.
Raw Tuna Sickens More Than a Dozen With <i>Salmonella</i>
A multistate outbreak of Salmonella Newport has been linked to raw tuna products distributed by Jensen Tuna.
<i>Salmonella</i> Outbreak Linked to Pre-Cut Melon Pops Up in 9 States
On April 12, 2019 a recall was issued by Caito Foods for pre-cut watermelon, honeydew melon, cantaloupe, and pre-cut fruit medley products.
Working Against the Clock to Stop Cholera in Mozambique
In the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, more than 1000 cases of cholera have been reported in Mozambique. 
Big advances in treatment can't make up for an inability to stop new infections, which number 5,000 per day worldwide.