FDA says harvest season over for E. coli-linked romaine lettuce
The U.S. Meals and Drug Administration stated on Wednesday the harvest season for romaine lettuce, linked to the multi-state E. coli outbreak, was over and it was unlikely that it was nonetheless stocked in shops on account of its 21-day shelf life.
The reported pressure of E. coli, which produces toxic substances generally known as Shiga toxins, may cause extreme belly cramps, bloody diarrhea and vomiting.
The Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention stated on Could 2 one particular person from California had died associated to the E. coli outbreak.
The final shipments of romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona had been harvested on April 16, in response to the FDA.
Twenty-three extra folks fell sick for the reason that final replace on Could 9, bringing the overall to 172 folks from 32 states, the CDC stated on Wednesday.
Three extra states Iowa, Nebraska, and Oregon have additionally reported circumstances, the CDC stated.
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