Calif. Central Coast The Source Of Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak, Officials SayOnly romaine lettuce harvested from the Central Coast region of northern and central California should be avoided.
CDC: If You Don't Know Where Your Romaine Lettuce Came From, Don't Eat ItIt's OK to eat some romaine lettuce again, U.S. health officials said. Just check the label.
Calif. Could Be Source Of Romaine Lettuce E. Coli OutbreakOf the 32 cases of the outbreak across 11 states, nine of them have occurred here in L.A. County.
First Death Linked To E. Coli-Tainted Lettuce Reported In CaliforniaThe number of reported cases of illness stands at 121 since the outbreak was first reported in March.
98 Reports Of E. Coli From 22 States Now Linked To Romaine LettuceAccording to CDC data, the U.S. hasn't seen a multi-state outbreak this large since 2006. That outbreak was traced back to spinach and was linked to 238 illnesses and five deaths.
E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Romaine Lettuce Grows To 84 CasesAt least another 31 cases are believed to be tied to romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control said.
CDC Expands E. coli Warning To All Romaine LettuceThe CDC expanded its warning about an E. coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce to cover all forms of romaine grown in the Yuma, Arizona, growing area.
E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Yuma, Ariz.-Grown Lettuce Spreads To CaliforniaAccording to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, 53 people from 16 states have been sickened from chopped Romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Ariz. growing region. No brand has been identified, so no recall has been issued.