Cucumbers suspected in the outbreak were shipped in cartons like this by Andrew amp Williamson Fresh Produce

Cucumbers suspected in the outbreak were shipped in cartons like this by Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce.

FDA issues import alert for tainted cucumbers

More salmonella cases linked to Mexican produce

The Food and Drug Administration issued an import alert for cucumbers imported from areas of Mexico this week after one farm’s produce was linked to an outbreak of salmonella that has infected at least 418 people in 31 states and led to two deaths.

The FDA issued the import alert in the wake of last week’s identification of salmonella Poona in produce imported by San Diego-based Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produc

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