latimes.comRomaine lettuce E. coli contamination warning widenedHealth officials advise against eating any romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Ariz., not just chopped and packaged leaves, after inmates in Alaska were sickened from whole leaf romaine. The monthlong outbreak of E. coli illnesses has sickened more than 50, sending 31 of them to hospitals.
bloomberg.comSalad E.Coli Scare to End in Weeks as California Resumes OutputThe concerns over the recent U.S. outbreak of E. coli involving romaine lettuce may last no more than a few weeks, as the area of Arizona where the offending produce is believed to have come from is now out of production and California farms are taking over.
lifehacker.comThrow Out All Your Romaine Lettuce [Updated]The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently urging consumers, restaurants, and retailers to throw out any chopped romaine lettuce. That includes store-bought chopped romaine lettuce in pre-made salad mixes. At least 35 people from 11 different states have been infected with E. coli, and the source has yet to be identified.