LAS VEGAS - Another food recall is being announced and it originates from the same farm in California linked to the massive E. coli romaine lettuce outbreak earlier this fall.
But this time it's not romaine. This one involves cauliflower, green leaf lettuce and red leaf lettuce.
The dates of harvest are between Nov. 27 and Nov. 30. No one has been sickened, but a sample investigators had collected from the sediment of an agricultural reservoir there tested positive for the same strain of E. coli that caused the romaine outbreak.
The red and green leaf went to six states -- California, Colorado, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington as well as Canada, plus red leaf went to Minnesota and Tijuana, Mexico.
Nevada is not currently on the list of affected states.
Consumers with the recalled produce are being asked to return it to the store or to throw it out.
Adam Brothers Farm said none of the produce has tested positive for E. coli so far and again no illnesses have been reported. They say they're issuing this recall out of an abundance of caution.
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