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Millions of pounds of meat are being pulled from shelves nationwide today amid two separate outbreaks sweeping the US.

The outbreaks of salmonella and listeria have left one dead and dozens sickened, the CDC revealed this morning.

The one death and three illnesses were caused by listeria, traced back to ready-to-eat deli ham produced in North Carolina and shipped across the East Coast.

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Meanwhile, at least 57 have been sickened by salmonella in ground beef packaged in Arizona and distributed nationwide.

Scrambling to control the outbreaks, health officials have recalled more than 6.5 million pounds of the Arizona-made ground beef and 89,000 pounds of ham.

The deli meat was sold in eight-pound ‘loaves’ produced by Johnston County Hams Inc.

They were plastic wrapped and shipped from the factory in Smithfield, North Carolina, to elsewhere in the state as well as New York, Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina between April and October.

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