Nearly 300 million shell eggs distributed to restaurants and grocery stores across the country have been voluntarily recalled after being linked to a large increase in salmonella cases. Federal and state health officials are investigating a nationwide increase in salmonella enteritidis illnesses that are believed to be linked to shell eggs. Since May, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have identified a four-fold increase in salmonella-related illness, with an average of 200 ...

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