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

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

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

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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