Romaine lettuce probably safe to eat again after E. coli outbreak, CDC says

CBSN - May 18, 2018

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says romaine lettuce tied to a nationwide E.

coli outbreak is "probably no longer being sold" and that the shelf life for the tainted vegetable has passed..


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