A man takes two cucumbers on a market in Vienna, Austria, on Monday May 30, 2011. Austrian authorities sent inspectors to 33 organic supermarkets Monday to make sure Spanish vegetables suspected of ... more 
A man takes two cucumbers on a market in Vienna, Austria, on Monday May 30, 2011. Austrian authorities sent inspectors to 33 organic supermarkets Monday to make sure Spanish vegetables suspected of contamination with a potentially fatal bacteria have been taken off shelves. Spain, meanwhile, went on the defensive and said there was no proof it was to blame for the E.coli outbreak that has killed at least 10 people in Germany and has caused hundreds across Europe to become ill. Austria's move came on the heels of a recall and sales ban of cucumbers, tomatoes and eggplants that originated in Spain and were delivered to stores in the Alpine republic by German companies. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Ronald Zak
Mon, May 30, 2011 7:56 AM EDT