E. Coli Outbreak Reported in Romaine Lettuce

E. Coli Outbreak Reported in Romaine Lettuce

The CDC has issued an E.Coli warning about romaine lettuce.

Consumers, retailers and restaurants should not purchase or sell romaine lettuce harvested in Salinas, California.

28 people have been hospitalized. No deaths reported.

Wisconsin had 10 cases-the most reported from the 16 states that have reported that people have become ill from the romaine lettuce.

The CDC warns that if the lettuce does not have labeling information or growing information you should not eat or use the romaine.

Say what you want about chocolate but you've never heard of chocolate getting an E.Coli warning from the CDC.

Is this warning going to impact your Thanksgiving meal?

 
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