IRVINE Calif. Taco Bell Corp. said it was informed Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control that the E. coli outbreak linked to at least 90 stores in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware is officially over. The clean bill of health comes despite a lack of proof that the widespread infection was indeed caused by contaminated lettuce, as CDC officials say they suspect after a statistical analysis of the situation. Lettuce has been cited as the culprit for a separate ...

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