Dale Huss

Vice President of Production Ocean Mist Farms

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Vice President of Production at Castroville, California-based Ocean Mist Farms

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One person has died and 146 have been taken ill from E.coli bacteria in 23 states. Now health investigators claim they have a "smoking gun."

Growers Fear Long-Term Impact of E. Coli Outbreak

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