Regardless of the advertising jingle, it sure looks like somebody doesn’t like Sara Lee. According to figures from the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 100 people became ill, and 21 died,after eating meat from a Sara Lee subsidiary contaminated with the listeria bacterium.

At least four lawsuits have been filed on behalf of people who were sickened and families of otherswho died, and more are expected. And two state court cases, filed in Chicago and Detroit, could cover the rest if class action status is granted.

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