What you need to know about the E. coli outbreak linked to Kroger and another chain
Escherichia coli bacteria cells, or E. coli. - Dreamstime/Dreamstime/TNS

The CDC’s third fooborne illness outbreak in the last month, an E. coli outbreak, traces to organic packaged salads sold under the store brands of the Kroger and Giant Eagle chains. Here’s what you need to know, from the CDC's Dec. 30 update: How widespread is this outbreak?So far, 13 people have been sickened, four of whom are hospitalized, across six states: Washington (seven), Alaska (two), California, Mississippi, Ohio, Oregon (one each). No deaths have been reported. What packaged salads are involved?Simple Truth Organic Power Greens, sold at stores in the Kroger chain (Kroger, Harris Tee...