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FDA probe suggests poor ag water sanitation may have played a role in latest romaine outbreak

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While FDA’s investigation of the latest outbreak of E. coli in romaine lettuce leaves many unanswered questions, it does offer a glimpse into the practices at the one California farm where the pathogen was found and suggests ineffective treatment of agricultural water may have played a role in the contamination.


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