28 November 2018

RECALL ALERT (UPDATE): Romaine Lettuce is Now Safe to Eat Again

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The FDA is updating its advice to consumers and saying that the tainted romaine lettuce that led to a massive E. coli outbreak appears to have come from the Central Coast region of California.

They also stated that there’s no current recommendation to avoid romaine lettuce that has been harvested from areas outside of this region.
That means romaine lettuce from Yuma (Arizona), the California desert growing region near Imperial County and Riverside County, the state of Florida, and Mexico do not appear to be related to the current outbreak.