Perhaps the Congressman, if had some common sense, would have understood prior given the recent nature of the outbreak that markets are probably cuatious about its re-introduction and aware that customers are equally cautious.
Supermarkets are in the market to make money. The educated guess is that consumers are not ready for the product, and they don't want to lose money carrying a product that won't sell.
I dunno why, but I'm LOL at this sentence. I wonder if he looked up at a camera with big round sad eyes like those starving African children in the charity commercials.
SAN FRANCISCO - California officials have discovered E. coli in cattle feces on pastures near farms being investigated as possible sources of spinach contaminated with the bacteria, which caused a nationwide outbreak of food poisoning, a state health officer said Tuesday.
State investigators have obtained eight samples of cattle feces testing positive for E. coli. The samples are being retested to see if their bacteria strain matches the strain in 193 cases of food poisoning, including one confirmed fatality last month, linked to tainted spinach, said Kevin Reilly, a deputy director at the California Department of Health Services.
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