SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials on Friday concluded their investigation into the E. coli outbreak blamed for killing three and sickening 200 consumers of fresh spinach last fall. In a joint statement released by the California Department of Health and the FDA, authorities said for the first time that the deadly strain had likely originated on the Paicines Ranch in San Benito County, Calif., describing samples found on the ranch -- which breeds cattle and ...

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