Cauliflower Recall Linked to Farm that Produced Tainted Romaine Lettuce

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Cauliflower is the latest vegetable to be recalled following an outbreak of E. coli. The California farm linked to the previous recall of romaine lettuce has now issued a voluntary recall for cauliflower. The vegetable was shipped to 10 states, including New Jersey.

Adam Bros. Farming Inc. in Santa Barbara County noted that the affected cauliflower was grown in "particular fields" at their farm between November 27 and November 30. In addition to recalling cauliflower, the farm is recalling green and red leaf lettuce.

According to the farm, none of the recalled products tested positive for E. coli and as of right now no illnesses have been reported.

See the list of affected products here and read the NJ.com story here.

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