The California farm linked to an E. Coli outbreak on romaine lettuce has reportedly recalled cauliflower, citing possible contamination. Adam Bros. Farming sent out a press release on Thursday recalling cauliflower, as well as red and green leaf lettuces that were harvested from Nov. 27 to Nov. 30, according to the ABC Action News website. The potentially tainted cauliflower was sold in 10 states. These states include Arizona, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The cauliflower was also taken to Canada and Tijuana, Mexico, per the report. The recalled lettuce was mostly distributed to Western states, though some did reach Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Tijuana and Canada. Approximately one month ago, the Centers for Disease Control said that consumers needed to throw out all of their romaine lettuce due to possible E. Coli contamination.