Vaughan Foods is voluntarily recalling romaine products for foodservice with “use by” dates of May 9 and May 10 because they contain lettuce from a field possibly linked to a multi-state E. coli outbreak, federal officials said Monday.The U.S. Food & Drug Administration news about Moore, Okla.-based Vaughan Foods was in an update on the multi-agency investigation into the outbreak with 19 confirmed and 10 probable cases of E. coli O145 illness in Michigan, New York and Ohio. Vaughan Foods ...
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