The Food and Drug Administration is investigating a Salmonella Adelaide outbreak that may be linked to cut melons.
On Thursday June 14, 2018 the FDA released a list of stores that may have received the contaminated product. According to the Food and Drug Administration, a number of small grocery stores, as well as Family Fares, D & Ws and Walmarts in West Michigan.
The list has been compiled from information reported to the FDA from firms that have received the recalled melons. It will be updated as more information becomes available.
The CDC reports that 60 people in five Midwestern states have gotten sick, all the illnesses were reported between April 30 and May 28, 2018. Nationally at least thirty-one people have been hospitalized. 32 of the people that got sick are from Michigan.
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