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Where does listeria come from and who carries it? Is it naturally occurring? Is infection with listeria common?

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Listeria is found in soil and water. It can contaminate fruits and vegetables from these sources. Animals, in turn, eat contaminated vegetables and pass the bacteria along in their meat or milk. The high temperatures of cooking or pasteurization
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