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Salmonella Javiana Attributed to Cantaloupe


The Food and Drug Administration has revealed that cut cantaloupe was responsible for an extensive outbreak of Salmonella Javiana investigated by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  To date, 65 cases were identified over the period from late December 2021 through mid-January 2022.  The implicated product was fresh-cut fruit processed and distributed by Taylor Cut Produce to Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Delaware mainly to institutional customers including schools, restaurants and hospitals.