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The CDC is warning consumers against eating any form of romaine lettuce unless they can be certain it didn't come from the Yuma, Arizona region. [Read More]
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The Center of Disease control is telling everyone to toss out all Romane lettuce if you aren't sure what fields it came from. [Read More]
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Health officials say you should not to eat any romaine lettuce unless you know where it's from, as an E. coli outbreak spreads across the... [Read More]
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Shutterstock/Pj Aun Romaine lettuce that was grown near Yuma, Arizona, has been linked to an outbreak of a dangerous strain of E. coli.... [Read More]
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Federal health officials warn you not to eat any romaine lettuce unless you know where it's from, as an E. coli outbreak spreads across the... [Read More]
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Cape Fear Seafood chef Bill Scott said the restaurant's supplier notified Cape Fear its romaine lettuce was grown in Yuma, Ariz., the area that is... [Read More]
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Publix wants you to know that, despite recent foodborne outbreaks involving E. coli and salmonella, you can feel safe with your romaine lettuce and eggs... [Read More]
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U.S. officials said Monday they still haven't pinpointed the source of a nationwide outbreak of dangerous E. coli infections from romaine lettuce. [Read More]
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Milwaukee restaurants and grocery stores are seeing the impact from the E.coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce that has now been recalled. Riverwest ... [Read More]
Federal health officials warn you not to eat any romaine lettuce unless you know where it's from, as the E. coli outbreak spreads across the... [Read More]
liz west/Flickr With an E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce and an egg recall for fear of salmonella, food poisoning is on... [Read More]
including the pre-chopped variety as well as whole heads and hearts... [Read More]
Shutterstock The CDC is currently investigating a large recent E. coli outbreak linked with romaine lettuce. The agency keeps tabs on the foods... [Read More]
The CDC recommended on Friday that Americans avoid all forms of romaine lettuce. At least 53 people have been infected with E. coli after consuming... [Read More]
CBS News confirms at least 64 people have been infected in 16 states; 31 have been hospitalized... [Read More]
The risk of foodborne illness has remained static but still unacceptably high. What can we do to reduce this risk in the future? [Read More]
CBS News confirms at least 64 people have been infected in 16 states; 31 have been hospitalized... [Read More]
The CDC's PulseNet uses DNA fingerprinting to identify bacteria sources of food-borne illness outbreaks. With labs in every state and territory, PulseNet also traces bacteria... [Read More]
An Italian handyman, Frank, was proud to give Carol unnamed Italian tomato and lettuce seedlings that she planted last summer. [Read More]
Local farming agencies are still trying to find out where an E-Coli outbreak that contaminated romaine lettuce started. [Read More]
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