Adam Bros. Farming cauliflower, lettuce recalled due to possible E.Coli contamination

Adam Bros. Farming cauliflower, lettuce recalled due to possible E.Coli contamination

Adam Bros. Farming cauliflower, lettuce recalled due to possible E.Coli contamination

The affected products include cauliflower with the Adam Brothers Family Farms logo, as well as green and red leaf lettuces that were sold in bulk without packaging.

The company said none of the recalled products have tested positive for E. coli, but the company was issuing the voluntary recall in cooperation with the FDA out of an abundance of caution.

The store says Adam Bros. The statement urges consumers to return recalled products to where they purchased it or discard of the produce immediately. The lettuces were sold to wholesales in California, Colorado, Oregon, Texas, Pennsylvania, Washington, and Canada.

The company has notified all affected customers of all product that was recalled as of December 13, 2018.

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So far, almost 60 illnesses from contaminated romaine lettuce have been reported in 15 states, with 23 people being hospitalized. It was also distributed in Tijuana, Mexico and Canada. A full list of recalled lot numbers can be found here. Farming, Inc. said. None of the filtered and treated water has tested positive for E. coli, the company said.

'Filtered and treated water from the reservoir may have come in contact with the produce after it was harvested'.

Of the 59 people who were sickened across 15 states during the E. coli outbreak, 23 were hospitalized including two people who developed a type of kidney failure.

"We might have to substitute say a romaine lettuce with a green leaf lettuce or a spring mix that has romaine lettuce in it for one that doesn't have romaine lettuce in it", McLain explained. Most strains are harmless, but some can cause people to fall ill and experience diarrhea, urinary tract infections, respiratory illness, pneumonia and more.

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