LAKE FOREST, CALIF. —A Souplantation restaurant linked to at least 12 cases of E. coli 0157:H7 infections was closed April 6 when new illnesses, of a customer and an employee, were confirmed after the branch of the 100-unit chain had remained open following initial rounds of sicknesses. As Orange County health authorities worked to determine the source of the contamination and complete testing on all employees, officials of San Diego-based parent company Garden ...

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