E. Coli Problem Unlikely to Kill Spinach Industry
The spinach industry in California was booming, until an outbreak of E. coli bacteria contamination put a halt to the sale of raw spinach. But the industry does not expect the scare to permanently damage the foods popularity.
Lynn Neary speaks to James Bogart, president of the Grower-Shipper Association in Salinas, California.
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