More than 100 Americans now sickened by salmonella from Mexican-imported papayas as officials struggle to contain the outbreak

More than 100 Americans have now been sickened by salmonella from a papaya imported from Mexico, the CDC reveals.

One person in New York City died and 35 were sick enough to be hospitalized by the fruit in the last two weeks.

The outbreak, first reported two weeks ago, was traced to the Carica de Campeche farm in Campeche, which sits between the Gulf and Guatemala.

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