CHEYENNE Wyo. The Taco John’s quick-service chain has alerted the operators of its 400 units that an E.coli contamination of a branch in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, may have been what caused 33 people to get sick since last Tuesday. Franchisor Taco John’s International, based here, said it has also asked the chain’s primary supplier in Iowa to “double-check its own compliance” with safety regulations.The situation is not believed to be connected with the E.coli outbreak tied to Taco Bell ...
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