Possible Source of Tainted Cantaloupe Identified
By WestKyStar Staff
OWENSVILLE, IN - The Food and Drug Administration says a farm in Indiana is a possible source of the recent salmonella outbreak in cantaloupe that has sickened many.
According to the FDA, Chamberlain Farms of Owensville could be one source of the outbreak.
A formal recall of the melons is being issued. Federal health officials say 178 people in 21 states have been infected and two have died as a result of eating the tainted melons.