With a second supplier recalling shell eggs over salmonella concerns, restaurant operators said they were working to find safe sources of the product. More than 1,000 people across the country by Friday were reportedly identified as having the strain of salmonella enteritidis that has been linked to shell eggs served in restaurants or sold in stores in multiple states. Health officials say the number of salmonella cases from May through July is approaching 2,000 — nearly three ...

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