CDC Warns To Avoid ALL Romaine Lettuce Due To E.Coli


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If you beat the crowds by picking up your Thanksgiving food early, you might be heading back to the store anyway.

An outbreak of E.Coli has been found in romaine lettuce, the Center for Disease Control has revealed. The leafy vegetable has been responsible for 32 illnesses in the U.S. and 18 in Canada. 

No deaths have been reported.  In a statement, the CDC tells consumers that "any type of romaine lettuce" is suspect and should be thrown away.

Read more about the scare over at the Weather Channel.


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