CHEYENNE, Wyo. - About 100 Taco John's franchises in the Midwest are switching to a different fresh produce vendor as a precautionary response to reports of E. coli illnesses at three of the franchises, officials said yesterday. The three restaurants, one in Iowa and two in Minnesota, used a common vendor. Company officials yesterday said they were aware of more than 50 people in Iowa and Minnesota who reportedy got sick after eating at one of the three restaurants, among other places. ...

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