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Lettuce and spinach producers work to prevent E. coli contamination after outbreak

Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press interviewed fresh produce suppliers and the families of victims of the E. coli O157:H7 outbreak traced to contaminated spinach.

Samantha Cabaluna, a spokeswoman from Natural Selection Foods, said "We’ve completely overhauled the way we test and package greens.  Regardless of the source or method of contamination, we’re better prepared to catch it."

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