Hawaii Case Now Linked to National Peanut Butter Salmonella Scare

Hawaii now has its first confirmed case of salmonella poisoning linked to the national peanut butter scare.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a breakdown of the number of cases in each of 42 states involved in a nationwide outbreak of salmonella poisoning that has stricken at least 399 people: California, 55; Ohio, 53; Massachusetts, 39; Minnesota, 30; Michigan 20; New Jersey 13; New York, 12; Pennsylvania 12; Virginia 12; Washington 11; Idaho, 10; North Dakota, 10; New Hampshire, 10; Colorado, 9; Tennessee, 9; Arizona, 8; Missouri, 8; Maryland, 7; Connecticut, 6; Nevada, 6; Georgia, 5; Oregon, 5; Texas, 5; Illinois, 4; Vermont, 4; Arkansas, 3; Indiana, 3; Kentucky, 3; Maine, 3; Rhode Island, 3; Utah, 3; Wisconsin, 3; Kansas, 2; Oklahoma, 2; South Dakota, 2; West Virginia, 2; Wyoming, 2; Alabama, 1; Hawaii, 1; Iowa, 1; Nebraska, 1; North Carolina, 1.

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