MINNEAPOLIS — A lawsuit was filed today against Cargill Inc. here by a Minnesota family whose two children suffered E. coli infections after consuming the company’s frozen ground beef products, said the family’s attorney, William Marler, who has been involved in E. coli cases since the 1993 Jack in the Box outbreak, published reports said. Cargill had no comment on the lawsuit at this time, said spokesman Mark Klein, according to a published report. The lawsuit was filed in Dakota County ...

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