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Romaine lettuce tied to a recent outbreak of E. coli is likely no longer on store shelves or in restaurants, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today (May 16).
That means that the agency is no longer advising consumers to avoid buying romaine lettuce in connection with the outbreak.
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Shipments - Romaine - Lettuce - Yuma - April
But the last shipments of romaine lettuce from Yuma were harvested on April 16, according to the Food and Drug Administration. This means that any romaine lettuce from the region that found its way to stores or restaurants is likely now past its 21-day shelf life. But because it takes 2 to 3 weeks from when a person gets sick with...
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