Romaine Lettuce Recall Linked to Rare E. Coli Strain

Federal officials announced a multistate recall of shredded romaine lettuce sold to wholesalers, restaurants and in "grab and go" packages after least 19 people fell ill from an uncommon strain of E. coli that is not always included in laboratory tests for infections. Twelve people have been hospitalized since April 10, 2010, and three people developed kidney failure, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a press release. Freshway Foods of Sidney, Ohio, voluntarily...Full Story
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