ALBANY, N.Y. -- Eleven cases of E. coli-related illness have been traced back to four different Grand Union stores in upstate New York, an official of the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets confirmed. "About two weeks ago, [the Health Department] finished studying 12 cases of E. coli, which had occurred mostly in the Hudson Valley around Poughkeepsie and over around Oneonta," the official, Gerald Moore, told SN last week. "They concluded that the common denominator in 11 ...

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