Subway apologized Thursday for a salmonella outbreak linked to several of its stores in Illinois, causing 90 people to fall ill. While the source of the salmonella is still being investigated, Subway spokesman Les Winograd said the company took preventive measures by removing all lettuce, green peppers, red onion and tomatoes from stores located in Illinois as soon as it learned about the outbreak. The ingredients were replaced, and Winograd said the company is “confident the current ...

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