Listen: Another romaine lettuce recall. This time, it may be from California.
"The multi-state e coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce may have a connection to California's Salinas valley from member station. K acu in Monterey. Erica mahoney. Reports much of the nation's lettuce is grown in the Salinas valley area. Romain lettuce is grown here from about april-to-september Monterey. County's agriculture Commissioner. Henry Gonzales says the timing of the e-coli outbreak corresponds with that season. If you look at the dates, the Tober eight through October thirty first period of illnesses probable that the lettuce came from this region, the food and Drug administration has not determined exactly where the tainted lettuce came from. So there's no recall yet until then the FDA says throw out all Romain lettuce. This outbreak comes on the heels of another e coli outbreak tied to romaine"