• Outbreak of E. coli in Salinas Valley romaine lettuce is over, CDC says

    5 days ago - By Los Angeles Times

    It's safe to eat romaine lettuce again after E. coli scare, according to the CDC.
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  • Health Officials Say Romaine Lettuce is Safe to Eat Again as Nationwide E. Coli Outbreak has Ended

    5 days ago - By Time

    The US Centers for Disease Control and the US Food and Drug Administration have declared that the recent nationwide E. Coli outbreak, which contaminated romaine lettuce, ended as of Wednesday. Authorities traced the outbreak back to the Salinas Valley growing region in California.
    The FDA has lifted a consumer advisory to avoid romaine lettuce from Salinas “as the growing season for this region is over and there is no longer a need for consumers to avoid it.” Health officials had previously advised consumers, retailers and restaurants to throw out any romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas...
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  • The romaine-linked E. coli outbreak is officially over, federal officials say

    The romaine-linked E. coli outbreak is officially over, federal officials say

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    A multi-state E.coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce is over, federal officials said Thursday.
    The FDA and CDC in November warned people against consuming romaine grown in Salinas, California, as officials investigated outbreaks involving three separate strains of E. coli that sickened more than 167 people.
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    A romaine-linked E. coli outbreak that sickened more than 167 people is officially over, federal officials said Thursday.
    That means it's now safe to consume the lettuce, according to the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and...
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