NEW YORK - The contaminated spinach outbreak continued to take a toll last week, as companies faced mounting losses and consumer groups and lawmakers demanded more industry regulation and oversight. Authorities had not pinpointed the exact cause of the outbreak that has sickened close to 200 people and caused at least three deaths. In an unrelated development last week, the safety of leafy greens made headlines again after the Salinas, Calif.-based Nunes Co. initiated a voluntary recall of ...

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