Seven people in Nevada, including four in Clark County, have been affected by a national salmonella outbreak possibly related to imported cucumbers.
The Las Vegas Sun reports the cucumbers were imported from Mexico and distributed by Andrews & Williamson Fresh Produce. The cucumbers are believed to be the source of a salmonella outbreak affecting 285 people in 27 states.
Andrews & Williamson has issued a voluntary recall of its Limited Edition cucumbers sold between August 1st and September 3rd.
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