WASHINGTON Two units of a restaurant chain have been cited as the source for at least nine of the 228 instances of salmonella poisoning that officials have traced back to contaminated tomatoes. However, federal authorities would not reveal the name of the chain, where the implicated stores were located or when the victims may have consumed the tainted tomatoes. Nor have officials said if the nine instances were the same ones that Chicago health officials have traced to restaurant ...

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