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30 June 2011

A new lead to the E-coli outbreak

Fenugreek seeds exported from Egypt to France and Germany may have caused an E-coli outbreak that has killed 48 people in Europe, the European Food Safety Authority said.

Fenugreek seeds exported from Egypt to France and Germany may have caused an E-coli outbreak that has killed 48 people in Europe, the European Food Safety Authority said.

At least 48 people have died from an outbreak of a killer strain of E-coli bacteria centred in Germany, blamed on organic vegetable sprouts.

 
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