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Conagra recalls 2.4 million cake mixes in outbreak involving rare Salmonella strain

Experts say recall points to need of industry and regulators to expand options for treatment of raw flour

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A rare strain of Salmonella – which has only been found in food twice since 1996 – has surfaced in a sample of Conagra Brands' Duncan Hines cake mixes, leading to the recall of more than 2.4 million boxes of product.

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