You definitely shouldn’t eat romaine lettuce for a while, unless you want E. coli
We're still in the very earliest days of January which means lots of folks are currently rocking New Year's resolutions to avoid junk food and eat lots of lovely fruits and veggies. If you're one of those people (and even if you're not, really) you should probably go ahead and avoid romaine lettuce for at least a little while. Citing a recent E. coli outbreak that has struck at least 13 states as well as Canada, Consumer Reports is advising everyone to get their fix of greens elsewhere.
"Over the past seven weeks, 58 people in the U.S. and Canada have become ill from a dangerous strain of E. coli bacteria, likely from eating romaine lettuce," the group says. "Five people in the U.S. have been hospitalized and one has died."
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You definitely shouldn’t eat romaine lettuce for a while, unless you want E. coli originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 5 Jan 2018 at 10:39:47 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.