CDC probes Salmonella linked to ground turkey; two people sickened in New Jersey

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is taking a closer look at some ground turkey products that appear to be infecting consumers with Salmonella. Two people in New Jersey have become sick.

News 12 Staff

Apr 13, 2021, 10:31 AM

Updated 1,139 days ago

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is taking a closer look at some ground turkey products that appear to be infecting consumers with Salmonella. Two people in New Jersey have become sick.
The products come from Plainville Brands and were sold in multiple states, including New Jersey, under the names Nature's Promise, Wegmans and Plainville Farms.            
The products have since been pulled from shelves.
The CDC says at least 28 people in 12 states have gotten sick in connection to the turkey. No one has died, but two people have been hospitalized.
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