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Tue June 7, 2011
Health

German Officials: Source Of E. Coli Outbreak Unclear

At first, health officials in Germany pointed the finger at cucumbers grown in Spain as the source of a deadly E. coli outbreak. Then they said it was sprouts grown on an organic farm in northern Germany. Linda Wertheimer talks to Brooke Unger, Berlin Bureau Chief for The Economist, about the economic impact of the outbreak.

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