Data on Salmonella and Campylobacter bacteria from people and food-producing animals show high levels of resistance to commonly used antibiotics.
At least 10 people have been sickened by E coli in an outbreak tied to raw milk cheese, and a Salmonella outbreak linked to charcuterie meats has grown to 70 cases.
The CDC confirms 105 new Salmonella cases; infections have been reported in 44 states.
Products have been removed from store shelves, but health officials are concerned they may still be in consumers' refrigerators.
Twenty-four cases in 14 states have been identified, with 5 hospitalizations.
The positive product sample in Minnesota was connected to an illness investigation.
So far in this outbreak, 40 sick people resided in long-term care facilities, and 30 children attended childcare centers before they got sick.
Cases have been reported in 23 states, including 1 death in Wisconsin.
The new outbreak-related death was in Oregon; the previous two were in Minnesota.
The outbreak, linked to precut cantaloupe, has now topped 100 illnesses in 34 states.