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All 8 patients required hospitalization, and the earliest case dates back to 2016.
Fifty-seven people have fallen ill with salmonellosis, while Listeria has caused 1 death.
Campylobacter and serious Listeria cases also rose.
Officials in New York state have detected Listeria in intact raw milk Vulto cheese.
At times consumers were at risk "for several weeks after FDA was aware of a potentially hazardous food," the report says.
All patients were hospitalized, and a recall involves 358 products and 42 brands.
Multistate events are linked to 56% of outbreak deaths even though they make up just 3% of outbreaks.
The outbreak has hospitalized 21 people and led to a recall of soft cheeses from a California dairy.
E coli and some Salmonella infections dropped, but Campylobacter and Vibrio cases increased.
US agencies reported on what they billed as an improved method for sifting food outbreak data.
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