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Spinach has lots of opportunities to pick up E. coli and other bugs during harvest and growing. Here, a Mexican migrant worker cuts organic spinach during the fall harvest at Grant Family Farms in Wellington, Co. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Owner Eric Jensen examines cantaloupe on the Jensen Farms near Holly, Colo., last month.

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FDA Probe Points To Cantaloupe Packing Plant As Source Of Listeria

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A fast-growing segment of the fruit market, pre-cut salad, is getting caught up in the cantaloupe listeria recall

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Concerns about salmonella contamination led Cargill to recall 36 million pounds of ground turkey sold under many different brand names, including these packages at a Kroger grocery store in Redwood City, Calif. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Fenugreek sprouts like these may be the launching pad for recent outbreaks of illness from E. coli in Europe. Sriram Bala/Flickr hide caption

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