E.coli recall expanded from romaine lettuce, now includes cauliflower

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CALIFORNIA -

A farm in California linked to the recent E.coli outbreak in romaine lettuce has now voluntarily recalled cauliflower shipped to New Jersey, as well as nine other states.

Adams Brothers Farming Inc. says the vegetable was grown and harvested between Nov. 27 and 30.

The recall comes after a reservoir on the farm tested positive for E.coli.

The farm says none of the recalled products tested positive though.

No illnesses have been reported.

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