If you have cantaloupe from Indiana, you should throw it away8/19/2012
Cantaloupes are the suspected source of a massive salmonella outbreak that has killed two people so far and infected 141 people across 20 U.S. states. The contaminated melons have been traced to a farm in southwestern Indiana and more than a third of the cases — along with both deaths — were in Kentucky. Authorities said the fruits typically have regional stickers on them, advising people to throw them out if they say they're from Indiana. Symptoms of salmonella include diarrhea, vomiting and cramping, typically about 12 to 72 hours after being infected. [Source]
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