Romaine lettuce being harvested in Salinas. Nearly 60 people in the United States and Canada have been made sick from E.coli. In Canada, tainted romaine lettuce has been linked to the outbreak.
Romaine lettuce being harvested in Salinas. Nearly 60 people in the United States and Canada have been made sick from E.coli. In Canada, tainted romaine lettuce has been linked to the outbreak. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file
Romaine lettuce being harvested in Salinas. Nearly 60 people in the United States and Canada have been made sick from E.coli. In Canada, tainted romaine lettuce has been linked to the outbreak. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file

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