Kristie Knoll

Co-owner of Knoll Farms

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Co-owner of Knoll Farms, a 10-acre farm in Brentwood, California, about 60 miles east of San Francisco, which grows herbs, fruits, and vegetables, including leafy greens

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The latest count in the  E.coli outbreak 
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Are America's Vegetables as Safe as They Should Be?

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