TRENTON, N.J. -- At least 12 confirmed cases of E. coli-related illnesses have been reported in New Jersey in the past several weeks, according to New Jersey health officials. The illnesses are being attributed to the consumption of undercooked contaminated ground beef, although the source of the meat and which supermarkets sold it was still unconfirmed at press time. "We just haven't finished our investigation yet and it would be speculative to say anything now, although it clearly goes ...

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