Coli outbreak reaches Nebraska

Sodexo reassures Univ. that its romaine lettuce is unaffected by E. coli outbreak

What you need to know about the E. coli outbreak on romaine lettuce

Locally, seven people were reported sick in New Jersey and two people were found with E. coli in NY, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Center for Disease Control said 23 more cases have been reported in 13 states. The report states, "It is unlikely that any romaine lettuce from the Yuma growing region is still available in people's homes, stores, or restaurants due to its 21-day shelf life".

The CDC said it is unlikely contaminated romaine lettuce from the recent E. coli outbreak is still on shelves. Officials stopped short of saying that romaine is generally safe to eat again.

The FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention traced the contamination to the Yuma region of Arizona, where about 90 percent of winter leafy greens are grown.

Sodexo reassures Univ. that its romaine lettuce is unaffected by E. coli outbreak

39 people in California have gotten sick, including 1 who died.

Dr. Stic Harris, director of the U.S. The Food and the Administration's Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation Network say that it is more of a web than just one case of E. coli break.

Since product labels often come without the identification of the growing region, we suggest you pass on romaine lettuce if you are uncertain about where it was grown. This E. coli outbreak has been considered as the largest in the USA which has shattered the families and people have been admitted to hospital due to bacteria spread causing infection and chronic health problems.

Attorneys Fred Pritzker and Brendan Flaherty represent people sickened with E. coli O157:H7 infections and HUS. The numbers include the Nebraska case. A man shops for vegetables beside Romaine lettuce stocked and for sale at a supermarket in Los Angeles, California on May 2, 2018, where the first death from an E Coli contaminated Romaine lettuce outbreak was reported. After all the investigation and supervision only, it would be permissible to continue eating romaine lettuce, till then it is not permitted to consume in the U.S.

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