Without sounding too much like a conspiracy theorist - this could actually be an instance of bioterrorism - a la the 1984 Rajneeshee bioterror attack in the US.
It would be quite straighforward to introduce E-Coli in to the food chain and given the localisation of this outbreak around Hamburg it could actually be an act of bioterrorism that we are seeing.
It is very weird that its taking them so long to locate the source actually - it is usually a very quick process to find the source of an outbreak of such things - a dodgy supplier, a warehouse, a delivery truck etc... but its been basically a week now and they haven't managed it yet.
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