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What are some foods that Listeria has been linked to?

Listeria infections have most often been linked to turkey and other ready-to-eat deli meats, hot dogs (frankfurters), raw (unpasteurized milk), Mexican-style cheese and other soft cheeses (especially those made from raw milk). Cantaloupe, sprouts, and pre-cut celery have recently been linked to Listeria infections.

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