California farm, linked to romaine lettuce E. coli recall, now recalling cauliflower


LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 06: Cauliflower on display during the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) London Harvest Festival Show at RHS Lindley Halls on October 6, 2015 in London, England. The traditional harvest themed show runs October 6-7 and showcases a wide range of late summer grown fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)

After E. coli concerns caused federal agencies to issue a mass recall for all romaine lettuce, the California farm linked to the tainted lettuce is now recalling other products.

Adam Bros. Farming in Santa Barbara County has now issued a voluntary recall for cauliflower along with red and green leaf lettuce.

Adam Bros. Farming says only the cauliflower was sold in New York, however, sold under the farm’s brand name “Adam Bros. Family Farms.”

The recall includes:

Carton tag numbers
203-27263 331-18, 203-27263 333-18, 203-27263 334-18, 204-27268 332-18, 203-27268 334- 18, 203-27263 332-18, 203-27263, 334-18 

Pallet tag numbers 1635882,1635883,1635884,1635885,1636072,1636073,1636074,1636075,1636076,1636140,163 6141, 1636142,1636143,1636307,1636308,1636309,1636310,1636314,1636593,1636594,1636595, 163 6596

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