A Salmonella outbreak has been found in 37 states and affected more than 650 people.
At least 129 people have been hospitalized.
It has been linked back to onions imported from Mexico.
More than 650 people in 37 states have fallen ill in a salmonella outbreak linked to onions imported from Mexico, and at least 129 people have been hospitalized as a result.
Of the 652 people infected, the Centers for Disease Control reports, 60 were new infections as of Wednesday, and of the 129 hospitalizations, 13 were new.
No deaths had been reported.
The Food and Drug Administration has identified ProSource Inc., of Hailey, Idaho as a source of the potentially contaminated whole, fresh red, yellow and white onions imported from the State of Chihuahua, Mexico in August, and are working to determine whether other onions and suppliers are linked to the outbreak.
‘We are issuing this update early in our investigation as part of our continued commitment to transparency and early communication,’ the agency said in a statement.
‘We will provide updates as we learn more during our continuing traceback investigation, especially if there is any updates to this critical public health advice.’
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