Nationwide Lettuce Recall for E. Coli Cases

E. Coli is no laughing matter.  The romaine lettuce in 23 states has been recalled because of the deadly virus that has nearly claimed the lives of 3 people.  Those that took ill were in Ohio, Michigan and New York.  The culprit they think is the romaine lettuce grown in Arizona.  According to MSNBC, The New York state Public Health Laboratory in Albany discovered a contaminated bag of Freshway Foods shredded romaine lettuce.

The FDA has launched a full investigation and the plant where the infection seems to be found was not revealed at press time.  There are college campuses in all of the three states mentioned above that have been affected as well.  The Ohio State University, University of Michigan and Daemen College in Amherst, N.Y., are among those affected, according to the states’ local health departments.

Read more here while you throw out that lettuce you bought yesterday from Freshway Foods.

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