HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (FNS) -- An outbreak of E. coli bacterial infection linked to unpasteurized apple juice products is causing health officials to question the safety of unpasteurized juices. The outbreak had affected at least 65 people, most of them children, within five days after the first case was reported. It was linked to juice manufactured by Odwalla, the country's largest fresh juice producer, based here. Odwalla voluntarily recalled 13 apple juice-based products plus three ...
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