Hundreds of salmonella infections in recent months in nearly half the nation’s states, linked to consumption of raw tomatoes, again underscored the perils of fresh produce and the threat to restaurants posed by health agencies’ recurrent inability to trace suspect foodstuffs quickly to their sources. Independent restaurants and chains ranging from McDonald’s to the smallest regional operations pulled tomatoes from their kitchens this month as government health officials tried to ...
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