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Some American food-safety inspections aren’t happening due to the government shutdown, sparking food-poisoning concerns. Here’s what this ...

Food-poisoning expert Bill Marler says you should consider skipping salad when going out to eat.
The Adam Bros. Farm, in Santa Barbara County, California.

The romaine-lettuce E. coli outbreak has been pinned on at least one farm in California with infected reservoir water

The US Food and Drug Administration said it had traced the outbreak that sickened 59 people across 15 states to three counties in California.
Pre-packaged salad sits on the shelf at a Bell Market grocery store

An E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce has sickened at least 79 people in 15 states — here’s how to avoid getting sick

Romaine lettuce from California is being linked to a multi-state outbreak of a nasty strain of E. coli. Here's what you can do to minimize your risk.

The total romaine lettuce ban is over after 43 reported illnesses across 12 states

If romaine lettuce is unlabeled, the FDA says it should not be eaten and instead be thrown away.

Investigators are zeroing in on romaine from California as the source of E. coli poisoning, and the lettuce trouble reveals why outbreaks are so commo...

Romaine lettuce is once again being pulled off shelves and out of fridges across the US. But contaminated lettuce isn't as deadly as bad meat.
Romaine lettuce has been pulled from Food Lion shelves in Durham, North Carolina.

Romaine lettuce sales are down more than $71 million so far this year as the industry has been pummeled with food-poisoning outbreaks — and thin...

Romaine lettuce sales are down by more than $71 million so far in 2018, according to Nielsen data.

The CDC tells people to stop eating romaine lettuce — again — after another E. coli outbreak sickens at least 32 people in 11 states

The CDC advised people across the US not to eat any romaine lettuce and to get rid of any they have already purchased.

A deadly E. coli outbreak killed 5 people across 4 US states, according to new numbers — but it may finally be safe to eat romaine lettuce again...

Romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona, was linked to a multi-state outbreak of a nasty strain of E. coli. Five people have died, according to new CDC numbers. Here's what to know about buying greens.

Washing your romaine lettuce won’t eliminate E. coli — here’s how to minimize your risk during the current outbreak

The CDC says to avoid romaine lettuce due to an E. coli outbreak. In a recent study, researchers found you can't wash E. coli off of lettuce and other greens.