Once again the restaurant industry has found itself having to scramble to respond to a frightening breakdown in the U.S. food supply chain. Over the past several months, nearly 300 people in 28 states and the District of Columbia have come down with salmonella poisoning traced to the consumption of raw Roma, plum and round red tomatoes. The outbreak of the relatively rare Salmonella Saintpaul strain has so far put at least 43 people in the hospital and already figures as the ...

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