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Farm linked to E. coli outbreak recalls cauliflower, lettuce

The farm says it is recalling these items "out of an abundance of caution" after E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce
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What's behind the rise in foodborne illnesses?

It’s become routine: a warning from the federal government about a food product that's suddenly considered a potential danger. On Wednesday, the CDC warned of salmonella contamination linked to..
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Romaine Recall Extends To Other Kinds Of Lettuce, Cauilflower [Video]Romaine Recall Extends To Other Kinds Of Lettuce, Cauilflower  00:34

One California farm is recalling its Romaine lettuce, several other types of lettuce and cauliflower after its soil was found to be contaminated with e.coli.

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Farm Linked To Romaine E. Coli Outbreak Is Recalling Cauliflower And More Lettuce [Video]Farm Linked To Romaine E. Coli Outbreak Is Recalling Cauliflower And More Lettuce  00:34

A California farm connected to this fall's romaine lettuce E.coli outbreak is recalling more of its produce, says Business Insider. This Adam Bros. Farming of Santa Maria, California is recalling..

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Farm Recalls Cauliflower and Lettuce After Romaine E.coli Outbreak [Video]Farm Recalls Cauliflower and Lettuce After Romaine E.coli Outbreak  01:09

Adam Bros. Farming Inc. has recalled red leaf lettuce, green leaf lettuce and cauliflower harvested on Nov. 27-30. The lettuce and cauliflower may have been contaminated with E.coli. This is the same..

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Other Foods Besides Romaine Lettuce That Can Have E. Coli [Video]Other Foods Besides Romaine Lettuce That Can Have E. Coli  00:42

In late November, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention alerted people to throw away all types of romaine lettuce. The food safety alert was due to an E. coli outbreak in 15 states and the..

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The Five Foods the Internet Was Most Obsessed With in 2018 [Video]The Five Foods the Internet Was Most Obsessed With in 2018  01:22

Two of them contain the word "keto."

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California Farm Linked To Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak That Has Sickened 59 [Video]California Farm Linked To Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak That Has Sickened 59  00:45

Officials investigating the E. Coli outbreak have identified at least one farm linked to the infecting strain. According to Gizmodo, the CDC and the FDA say it was traced back to a reservoir at a..

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Romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak traced to California

The FDA says at least one farm in central California used contaminated water to irrigate romaine lettuce, contributing to an outbreak that's sickened at least 59 people in 15 states. CBSN's Anne-Marie..
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Regulators Pinpoint One Source of Latest Romaine Lettuce Outbreak

One source of the latest nationwide E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce has been traced to the sediment of an irrigation reservoir on a Californian produce farm.
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FDA says it's OK to eat romaine lettuce again -- but not from these California counties

The FDA now says its OK to eat romaine lettuce from everywhere except San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz and Ventura counties in California.
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Tainted romaine lettuce traced to at least 1 California farm

U.S. health officials have traced a food poisoning outbreak from romaine lettuce to at least one farm in central California.
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Is it safe to eat romaine lettuce yet? Some of it, but be careful, CDC warns

Before you buy a Caesar salad, make sure you know where the romaine lettuce was harvested to avoid an E. coli infection, the CDC advises.
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More people sick from E. coli amid romaine lettuce scare

More people are popping up sick from eating romaine lettuce after a nation-wide E. coli outbreak. Here's why it's so hard for Americans to dodge this particular bug.
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More people sickened by romaine lettuce amid E. coli outbreak, CDC reports

Nine more people have become sick after eating romaine lettuce amid an E. coli outbreak, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Now lettuce rejoice: Utahns can be 'fairly confident' in eating romaine again

State official says E. coli-infected romaine lettuce is now "all gone" from the system, and the produce industry is working...
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CDC says nine more people added to E.coli infection investigation

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Thursday an additional nine people are being investigated in connection with the multistate outbreak of E. coli infections related to romaine..
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United States: BakerHostetler FDA And Pharmacy Weekly Digest - December 3, 2018 - BakerHostetler

In addition, FDA continues to investigate the E. coli outbreak related to romaine lettuce.
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Update: Some Romaine Now Safe To Eat

update: some romaine now safe to eat
Please note, though, that only some lettuces are invited. Romaine lettuce from the Central Coast of California is specifically NOT invited, so please don't let it in. That region appears to be the..
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Repeat outbreaks pressure produce industry to step up safety

After repeated food poisoning outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce, the produce industry is confronting the failure of its own...
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