Strawberry E-Coli Outbreak Linked to Oregon Farm

Posted on August 9, 2011

Oregon health officials traced an E-coli outbreak to Jaquith Strawberry Farm, a strawberry farm located about 25 miles southwest of Portland. U.S. News reports the E.coli outbreak was probably caused by fecal matter from a deer. 10 people have sickened by the outbreak and one person has died. Another report about the srawberries can be found here on OregonLive. Take a look:

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