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September 23, 2009

E coli O157:H7 from produce yet again?

From Food Safety News:

It appears that fresh produce may once again be responsible for a new outbreak of the dreaded E. coli O157:H7 bacteria in Utah, Colorado, and New York, Food Safety News has learned. . . .

. . . sources close to the investigation say lettuce from a California supplier is the likely culprit.

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Yike! I just came through Denver on my way to Laramie, Wyoming.  Maybe I'll skip the salad tonight at dinner.

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I saw you speak this morning -- very interesting. Thanks for coming to Wyoming for more than our sagebrush and antelope!

Posted by: Carrie H | Sep 24, 2009 2:20:51 PM

Thanks! This has been an interesting conference, and I could imagine myself spending more time in Wyoming (at least in Laramie).

Posted by: Food Law Blogger | Sep 24, 2009 10:45:15 PM

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