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Officials warn the strain might be widespread in the industry.
Officials did not have specific enough data to issue an alert during the outbreak.
Some common products like turkey breasts and pork chops don't even have standards, the report says.
Illnesses from Salmonella Javiana, Thompson, and Infantis have risen about 50% in 10 years.
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