California Farm Recalling Lettuces, Cauliflower As Precaution
SANTA MARIA, Calif. – The farm that’s been linked to the romaine lettuce E. coli infection has recalled other products as a precaution.
Adam Bros. has recalled red- and green-leafed lettuce as well as cauliflower that was harvested from certain fields in late November. The farm said water in a reservoir tested positive for E. coli, and it’s possible that water came into contact with the farm’s products after the harvest.
The strain of E. coli is the same strain found in the recalled romaine lettuce.
No illnesses connected to the red and green lettuces and cauliflower have been reported.
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