NEW YORK - The produce industry reacted cautiously to the news that cattle feces from one of the implicated California ranches contained the same strain of E. coli 0157:H7 associated with the spinach outbreak. Industry officials said although they believe this is an important development, many questions remain. "Because they've found a match for that particular strain, it doesn't mean it's the match for the cause of the outbreak," said Kathy Means, vice president, government relations, ...

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