An E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas, California region "appears to be over," according to health officials.
Half of all U.S. states have reported illnesses in an E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce that has sickened at least 138 people.
This is the second Thanksgiving in a row that federal health officials have warned people not to eat romaine lettuce due to an outbreak of E. coli .
Over 75,000 pounds of salads from Walmart, Target, Aldi, Sam's Club, Domino's, and more were recalled after an outbreak of E. coli was linked to lettuce.
A farm in California that was linked to an outbreak of E.coli from romaine lettuce is now recalling cauliflower, red leaf lettuce, and green leaf lettuce.
Nine more people have been infected with E. coli after eating romaine lettuce, bringing the total number of illnesses to 52 cases in 15 states, according to an update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on December...
The ongoing E. coli outbreak linked to tainted romaine lettuce has expanded to half the U.S. states, and claimed the life of one person in California, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
An outbreak of E. coli has been linked to store-bought chopped romaine lettuce that was grown in Arizona and sold at grocery stores, restaurants, and Panera Bread.