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Listeria Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupe (Sep 13, 2011)

OKLAHOMA CITY - The State Department of Health says there’s been one reported case of listeriosis in Oklahoma due to a four-state outbreak that’s been linked to cantaloupe grown in Colorado.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging consumers not to eat cantaloupe from the Rocky Ford, Colorado growing region.

Six other recently reported cases of listeriosis among Oklahomans are under investigation to determine if they’re related to the outbreak.



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