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Three people have been hospitalized amid a multistate outbreak of salmonella infections tied to flour, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
A dozen people from 11 states have already been infected with the infantis outbreak strain of salmonella as of March 30, according to data from the CDC.
However, health officials cautioned that the true number of illnesses is "likely much higher" than what's been reported.
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The CDC said most people who fell ill reported eating raw dough or batter made with flour. The only common ingredient in the raw dough and batter was flour, according to the CDC.