Multistate E. coli outbreak linked to packaged salads: CDC
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A multistate E. coli outbreak has been linked to two brands of packaged mixed greens and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating, the agency said in an alert on Thursday.
Six people have fallen ill with E. coli after eating Simple Truth Organic Power Greens and another individual got sick after eating Nature's Basket Organic Power Greens.
The fresh greens are sold in grocery stores across the U.S., including Fred Meyer, QFC, and Giant Eagle stores, the CDC said.