In a case that has been closely watched by raw food advocates and small-batch food producers, artisan cheesemaker Sally Jackson said she plans to shut down her 30-year-old business after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration linked eight cases of E. coli to her Oroville, Wash.-based farm. Sally Jackson Cheeses are made from raw sheep, goat and cow's milk wrapped in distinctive grape and chestnut leaves. The cheeses are shipped to many different retailers and restaurants across the country, ...

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