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Starting Monday, FDA inspectors will expand the salmonella search beyond tomatoes to include cilantro, jalapeņo and serrano peppers, scallions and onions.

The federal Food and Drug Administration said it is going to test some foods from Mexico for salmonella before they enter the U.S. market as part of the agency's investigation into the recent salmonella outbreak.

The samples will be taken to warehouses, where they will be subjected to testing. Read full article »

CNN's Louise Schiavone contributed to this story.

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