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Check your jams and jellies or freezer items. The Ron Spada Farms of Portland, Oregon is recalling about 4800 flats of strawberries because they may be contaminated with E-Coli bacteria. The berries were sold at several stores in Portland, Troutdale, Gresham and Hillsboro between June 11th and August 1st. Originally, the berries were bought from Jaquith Farms, which has been identified as a source of a cluster E-Coli contamination. As of Friday, there has been 14 confirmed cases of illness traced back to the berries. Cooking or freezing the berries may not eliminate the bacteria, and authorities are urging you to throw out any berries that may be in question.

 

 

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