DENVER — Sandwiches from Jimmy John's restaurants may be linked to an E. coli outbreak here sickening eight consumers in early October, according to a report from Fox 31 Denver.  An epidemiologist from the Colorado Department of Health and Environment told Fox 31 Denver that the agency is continuing to investigate the case, but thinks the illness could have been caused by tainted produce.  The health deparmtent is working with the Food and Drug Administration and ...

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