MARTINEZ, Calif. -- A northern California couple who claim they were infected with the cyclospora parasite after eating raspberries have filed suit in Contra Costa Superior Court against Safeway Stores, Pleasanton, Calif., and Driscoll Strawberry Associates, Watsonville, Calif. The couple claim they were infected by imported Guatemalan berries they bought at a Safeway store in their hometown of San Ramon, Calif., on May 14. The couple, Ron and Carmen Hydel, both tested positive for the ...

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