Recalled Food Products From Costco and Sam's Club Linked to Salmonella Outbreak

Salmonella Strikes! The CDC links Costco and Sam's Club charcuterie to a nationwide outbreak.

22 States in Alarm! Since January 5, CDC detectives have been on the case. The latest? A jump of 23 cases, totaling 47.

Hospital Wards Busy. Ten victims hospitalized.

Consumer Alert! CDC warns against certain tasty temptations from Costco and Sam's Club.

Avoid the Busseto "Charcuterie Sampler" from Sam's Club. It packs prosciutto, sweet soppressata, and dry coppa. Ignore the lot code, says the CDC. It's double trouble with two 9-ounce packs.

Also on the blacklist is Fratelli Beretta's "Antipasto Gran Beretta" from Costco. This twin-pack features black pepper salami, Italian dry salami, dry coppa, and prosciutto. All lot codes under suspicion.

The Investigation Widens. CDC sleuths are scouring for more potentially tainted treats.

Interview Insights. Illness links to Fratelli Beretta and Busseto products. Four nabbed the Fratelli Beretta brand. Three chose Busseto. Two others can't recall the brand from Sam's Club.

Salmonella Sneaks Up. Symptoms? They hit you between 6 hours and 6 days later. Expect diarrhea, fever, and stomach woes.

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