What Lettuce Is Safe To Eat? Romaine Recall And What You Need To Know
The FDA and the CDC are warning consumers to throw away all romaine lettuce products and discontinue eating them because of an E.coli outbreak.
Romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak: Why it's hard to keep romaine safe from E. coli, other bacteria
Another E. coli outbreak is affecting romaine lettuce, this time from the greens grown in Salinas, California, the CDC says.
Answers to questions about romaine lettuce warning
With two food poisoning outbreaks before Thanksgiving, messages about what’s safe to eat can be hard to keep straight
What you should do if you ate romaine lettuce
Right before Thanksgiving, an E. coli outbreak that left 32 people sick has placed all romaine lettuce on the "do not eat" list.
Turkey and romaine lettuce recalls, food safety concerns loom this Thanksgiving
Among the food safety concerns this Thanksgiving: turkey and a salmonella outbreak, plus E. coli contamination linked to romaine lettuce.
Feds don’t know what caused romaine lettuce food poisoning outbreak
U.S. food regulators say they weren’t able to identify a contamination source for a food poisoning outbreak that prompted them to warn people to avoid romaine lettuce this fall. The Food and …
Our national romaine lettuce crisis is over, says the CDC. Here’s how to celebrate.
Because of its short shelf life, contaminated salad should now be out of the supply chain.
Romaine lettuce keeps getting recalled for E. coli contamination. Officials don't know why it's...
There are inferences, speculation and intriguing clues, but the best minds of the U.S. government, the lettuce-growing states of California and Arizona, and the leafy-greens industry have failed to figure
Why washing romaine lettuce won't kill E. coli that's already sickened 32 people
Bacteria like E. coli can remain in romaine lettuce, even after careful washing. Here's why you need to throw it away to keep from getting sick.
Romaine lettuce is out. How about a nice Thanksgiving ... meat salad?
Employees from the Boston City Archives posted some alternative side dishes for this holiday season from a book of recipes dating back 100 years.
Safe to eat romaine lettuce: Here's what the CDC says about the outbreak.
The Center for Disease Control is giving the okay for consumers to pick up bags of romaine lettuce. It comes after a multi-state outbreak in 32 states. It led to 172 reported cases of E. Coli including 75 hospitalizations and one death.
Why the E coli scare still haunts lettuce growers
The FDA for the first time will routinely test samples of romaine coming from Arizona and California, which will begin harvests this month and continue