A biologist dissects a cucumber on May 30, 2011 at the regional office for agriculture, fishing and food security (LALLF) in Rostock, northeastern Germany. Germany called crisis talks over warnings that an outbreak of E. coli bacteria poisoning, which is believed to have already left 11 dead, was still spreading. Some two weeks after the outbreak was first reported in the north of the country, the number of people contaminated or suspected of having been poisoned by the potentially deadly enterohaemorrhagic E. coli (EHEC) has reached 1,200, according to media reports. Authorities had earlier said they had traced some bacteria on organic cucumbers imported from Spain, a measure which led many supermarkets and shops to remove all Spanish-grown vegetables from their shelves. AFP PHOTO BERND WUESTNECK GERMANY OUT