CA farm linked to E. coli outbreak recalls cauliflower, lettuce

Adam Bros. Farming Recalls Lettuce and Cauliflower

Adam Bros. Farming Recalls Lettuce and Cauliflower

Consumers should look for products with the Adam Bros.

While no products have yet tested positive for E. coli, Adam Bros Farming said it is initiating the voluntary recall in cooperation with the FDA "out of an abundance of caution".

A California farm has issued a recall of cauliflower that was distributed to wholesalers to states across the country, including Arizona, over possible E. coli contamination. The statement urges consumers to return recalled products to where they purchased it or discard of the produce immediately.

The Santa Monica, California, company said the cauliflower that was affected by the recall was harvested between November 27 and 30. The leaf lettuce recall does not affect wholesalers in North Carolina.

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

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Red and green leaf lettuce was distributed to wholesalers in CA, CO, OR, TX, PA, WA and Canada; red leaf lettuce only was distributed to a wholesaler in MN and Tijuana, Mexico. According to a report by CBC the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says certain red leaf lettuce and green leaf lettuce produced by Adam Bros. The cauliflower was sold to wholesalers in IL and other states, however the lettuces were not distributed to wholesalers in IL.

Sediment from a reservoir near where the produce was grown tested positive for E. coli O157:H7. Farms in Santa Barbara County tested positive for the bacterial strain, and the owners are co-operating with authorities.

Red Leaf lettuce, also sold in bulk without a brand name ( carton Tag Numbers include 253-27267 331-18, 204-27267 331-18, 203-27267 331-18).

Green Leaf Lettuce - Adam Bros.

Most people infected with E. coli develop diarrhea and vomiting for a week.

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