This time, it isn’t the romaine. After already being linked to a different E. Coli O157:H7 outbreak, Santa Maria-based Adam Bros. Family Farms is recalling additional products “out of an abundance of caution.” Though there have been no reports of anyone falling ill, and none of the products themselves have tested positive for E.coli, the farm doesn’t want to take any chances. In cooperation with the FDA it has voluntarily chosen recall red and green lettuce products and cauliflower grown in particular fields, and harvested from Nov. 27-30.
The decision to do so came after sediment from a reservoir near these fields tested positive for the E. coli bacteria. “Filtered and treated water from the reservoir may have come in contact with the produce after it was harvested,” the farm said in a press release, “