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Papa Murphy's sued again as E. coli lettuce crisis ends

Only days after the announcement that it was safe to eat romaine lettuce again, Papa Murphy's was sued for a third time in Northern California for allegedly serving salad contaminated with E. coli..
SFGate

Is it safe to eat romaine lettuce now? Here's what officials say about E. coli outbreak.

Federal health officials give an update on whether it's safe to eat romaine lettuce again.
NJ.com

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News video: Horse devours head of lettuce, doesn't like the watermelon

Horse devours head of lettuce, doesn't like the watermelon 02:14

Blaze is a very friendly horse who lives on a beautiful farm near Millbrook, Ontario. His pasture runs alongside a quiet country road where people often walk or cycle past. Blaze comes out to greet..
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News video: Family Sues Pizza Chain, Claiming Romaine Lettuce was Contaminated with E. Coli

Family Sues Pizza Chain, Claiming Romaine Lettuce was Contaminated with E. Coli 00:31

A family is now the second from Northern California to sue the pizza chain Papa Murphy's, claiming they contracted E-coli from romaine lettuce in a salad sold from the business.
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News video: Romaine Lettuce Now Safe to Eat

Romaine Lettuce Now Safe to Eat 00:38

The last of the tainted lettuce linked to the extensive E. coli outbreak across the county should be off shelves, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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News video: Great News: It's Now Safe to Eat Romaine Lettuce Again

Great News: It's Now Safe to Eat Romaine Lettuce Again 00:48

The CDC and FDA have lifted their bans on romaine lettuce more than a month after E. coli sickened 175 people across the nation.
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News video: Lawsuits arise over the Arizona E. Coli outbreak

Lawsuits arise over the Arizona E. Coli outbreak 02:07

Lawsuits are starting to appear following the recent national E. Coli outbreak of romaine lettuce which came from a farm in Yuma, Arizona.
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Perfectly portable watermelon dishes MISSION, Kan., May 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- (Family Features) A packed schedule often leads to less meals around the table. Between balancing family,..
GlobeNewswire

Smartphone Tech Can Help Stop Food Poisoning Before It Happens

smartphone tech can help stop food poisoning before it happens
Thirty-five people got sick from E. coli-infected romaine lettuce this past month before the Center for Disease Control (CDC) knew where the greens were from. In total, 75 individuals were..
Futurism

CDC Gives The All-Clear To Start Eating Romaine Lettuce Again

The warning went on for weeks, as the CDC documented 172 cases of E. coli. Fresh supplies of lettuce, harvested in Salinas Valley, Calif, are being shipped to restaurants and stores nationwide.
NPR

Hey, Salad Lovers: It's OK To Eat Romaine Lettuce Again

The romaine that sickened 172 people in 32 states came from Yuma, Ariz., and is likely completely gone from the food supply. What's now for sale is fresh supplies from California.
NPR Also reported by •USATODAY.com

As officials give all-clear on romaine E. coli outbreak, contamination remains a mystery

Food inspectors still don't know the source of the dangerous bacteria that sent dozens of people to hospital and made more than 200 people sick in two separate incidents of contaminated romaine..
CBC.ca

Why the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak may remain a mystery

Food inspectors still don't know the source of the dangerous bacteria that sent dozens of people to hospital and made more than 200 people sick in two separate incidents of contaminated romaine..
CBC.ca

CDC: Romaine Lettuce E Coli Danger May Be Over

The CDC says the romaine lettuce E. coli danger across the country may be over, CBS News reported, with federal officials believing all the tainted lettuce may be off store and restaurant shelves by..
Newsmax

Affinor Growers Signs Definitive License Agreement With Canadian Marijuana Producer License Applicant

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- *Affinor Growers Ltd. (“Affinor Growers”)* (CSE:AFI) (OTC:RSSFF) (Frankfurt:1AF) is pleased to announce it has signed a definitive..
GlobeNewswire

Illnesses mount in romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak

The nationwide outbreak of illnesses from eating romaine lettuce tainted with E. coli bacteria rose again, with 23 more cases reported in 13 states, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said..
L.A. Times

Heads Up: The CDC Says Romaine Lettuce Is Safe To Eat Again

heads up: the cdc says romaine lettuce is safe to eat again
Watch VideoYou just lost another excuse to avoid eating salad. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it's safe to eat romaine lettuce again. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration..
Newsy

CDC: 172 Sick In 32 States From Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak

Health officials say there is a lag time of two to three weeks between when someone falls ill and when it's reported to the CDC.
CBS 2

More illnesses reported from romaine lettuce tainted by E. coli

But the CDC reports that most of the tainted lettuce has hit its expiration date, holding out hope that few new cases will be reported.
USATODAY.com

Yuma lettuce now an 'unlikely' threat as E. coli cases climb to 172, health officials say

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 23 new E. coli cases tied to romaine lettuce from the Yuma area.
azcentral.com

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