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Produce in Costco salad linked to E. coli is being recalled

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Federal officials say a business is recalling a vegetable mix believed to be the source of E.coli in Costco chicken salad that has been linked to an outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states. Learn More


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UNICEF: AIDS leading cause of death for African teenagers

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Costco: FDA tests point toward E. coli in salad vegetables

SEATTLE (AP) — Testing has pointed toward a vegetable mix from a California food wholesaler as the source of E. coli in Costco chicken salad that has been linked to an outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states, a Costco official said Wednesday. More »


Feds plan new guidelines on toxic algae in lakes, rivers

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