FDA says cattle feedlot could be to blame for E. coli in canal water used on romaine


Federal health officials say runoff from a cattle, farm likely caused, a major spring e coli outbreak the food and Drug administration, believes Romain lettuce grown in the Yuma Arizona region may have been contaminated by. Water from a nearby canal the FDA said testing in June revealed the water was. Tainted with. The same strain of e-coli Multi-state outbreak, more than two hundred people in thirty. Six states fell ill nearly one hundred were. Hospitalized and five died from the huge bacterial outbreak the FDA. Is still investigating

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