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The Green Stuff (MM #3494)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

The Green Stuff (MM #3494)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation America's consumption of lettuce is changing and it's not the amount of lettuce were eating. It's the types for years literally hundreds of years iceberg lettuce has been the most popular song in America when I was growing up so we had was iceberg lettuce, but things have changed over the last few years. And the reason for that is people are consuming Romaine other leaf lettuce has hail things like that instead of iceberg lettuce for the most part. We've switched over the years from iceberg lettuce, which we both don't mind to Romain because Romain stays fresher longer, but what's interesting and I didn't realize this iceberg lettuce was enchanted by Burpee, you know, the seed company the man himself missed her birthday was the one who introduced iceberg lettuce to America back in the eighteen hundreds right now iceberg lettuce is about to be taken over by other lettuces very fascinating to watch you looking at charts and graphs about lettuce consumption who knew I'd be consumed with green stuff today and it had nothing to do with money.

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The Green Stuff (MM #3494) - burst 1

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

The Green Stuff (MM #3494) - burst 1

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation America's consumption of lettuce is changing and it's not the amount of lettuce were eating. It's the types for years literally hundreds of years iceberg lettuce has been the most popular song in America when I was growing up so we had was iceberg lettuce, but things have changed over the last few years. And the reason for that is people are consuming Romaine other leaf lettuce has hail things like that instead of iceberg lettuce for the most part. We've switched over the years from iceberg lettuce, which we both don't mind to Romain because Romain stays fresher longer, but what's interesting and I didn't realize this iceberg lettuce was enchanted by Burpee, you know, the seed company the man himself missed her birthday was the one who introduced iceberg lettuce to America back in the eighteen hundreds right now iceberg lettuce is about to be taken over by other lettuces very fascinating to watch you looking at charts and graphs about lettuce consumption who knew I'd be consumed with green stuff today and it had nothing to do with money.

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More people sick after eating romaine lettuce in latest E. coli outbreak

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

More people sick after eating romaine lettuce in latest E. coli outbreak

"More people have been sickened from romaine lettuce grown in California according to the CDC more than one hundred people in twenty three states including Michigan have been infected with a strain of E. coli bacteria officials are being told to not to each romaine lettuce grown in Salinas California and retailers should not sell it in until further notice Romain harvested outside of the silliness region has not been implicated in this outbreak no deaths have been

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E. Coli Outbreak Connected To Romaine Lettuce Continues To Grow

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

E. Coli Outbreak Connected To Romaine Lettuce Continues To Grow

"An outbreak of E. coli link to lettuce grown in a specific region of California is growing now one hundred two people in twenty three states are reporting getting sick from eating romaine lettuce the FDA says its warning stands of romaine from Salinas California should be avoided while the agency investigates and athletics does not say where was grown the FDA says be careful and don't eat that either Romain grown outside of silliness is believed to be okay

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Plant Pillows

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Plant Pillows

"The four decades Tupperware has been synonymous with keeping food fresh. Now, the experts at Tupperware are bringing innovative design and their knowledge of plastics to Nasr's veggie project is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future one of the challenges of growing plants in space is keeping them properly watered in the vegetable production system known as veggie astronauts on the international space station, use a syringe to push water into a plant pillow to water their crops, but not all plants receive equal amounts of water and oxygen using this pillow system. So NASA handed off modification of the watering system to a private spaceflight services firm. Intern tech shot reached out to the plastic experts at Tupperware to develop an alternative to the plant pillows. The new approach uses absorbent mats that leverage. Surface tension and capillary action to wick water to seeds and roots cameras will be used to capture the hydrodynamics of the passive distribution system. As astronauts grow fresh crop of red Romain lettuce in space for innovation. Now. I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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Lettuce lovers rejoice! CDC says E. Coli outbreak is finally over

Business Beware

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Lettuce lovers rejoice! CDC says E. Coli outbreak is finally over

"E-coli outbreak from Romain lettuce appears to be over USA radio networks. Chris Barnes has the latest. That's the word from the federal CDC which confirms sixty two people in sixteen states became sick. Because of the outbreak two lettuce grown in northern central California. The onus is began in early October and twenty five people were hospitalized. The CDC recalling the letters in December saying there were only three new cases linked to the outbreak since then. So the outbreak is over and any romaine on the shelves now should be safe to eat

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"romain" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And I'll bet now you're you're very very much interested in why mentioned Romain lettuce in the I think, I guess. Yeah. Okay. So did you see this article about the five foods the internet was most obsessed with in two thousand eighteen only because I saw you put it in there. I saw some similar ones. Okay. This one. I have to admit is much more near and dear to my heart than some of the other lists. I saw drum roll, please. Here we go. Okay. Number one was Kito cheesecake cheesecake Bailey. So that was number one. And I went and looked at the recipe it, it's it's in some of these key to recipes. It's kind of like, what's the diet that if it fits your MAC rose diet where it doesn't really matter. What's in it so long as it has X percentage of fat and as far as its low, you know, if it's low enough and carbohydrates this one. It looks pretty tasty. I wouldn't have particularly put this recipe together. Exactly as they did. It's the crust is almond flour butter, which is not bad. I just met you some grass fed butter, of course. And then the cheesecake itself is sixteen ounces of cream cheese with no stipulation of the source of organized. Yeah. I would I would I would potentially choose something else. Like, a like a really good organic, you could use a yogurt cheese or or even like an almond cheese, if you were doing the almond flour could probably go pretty well with the cheese, or you know. Just like go go organic to if you're going with the with the creamy cheese. And then what else is too large eggs, not bad vanilla extract vanilla flavor, which you do need to be careful with they they do get that from beaver Amos believe it or not if you don't get the real vanilla extract, then lemon juice salt and a run through tall may wanna use stevia instead of a ritual tall cheesecake to be a fart city. But it's not that bad. It's a Kito cheesecake Kito cheesecake was the number one or number five food the internet was most obsessed with based on I think their ranking this on like Instagram likes or something like that. I think it was Google analytics Google search terms. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. And that is literally like have your cake and eat it too kind of a kind of a deal right there. And then I promise we won't we won't reverse engineer. Every single one of these recipes Kito pancakes was the next one and those actually pretty good with the main..

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Farm linked to E. coli outbreak recalls cauliflower, lettuce

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Farm linked to E. coli outbreak recalls cauliflower, lettuce

"KCBS central coast farm linked to the massive E coli outbreak involving Romain lettuce is now announced a precautionary recall of cauliflower and other types of lettuces. Well, Adam brothers farming of Saint Santa Maria said it is recalling readily lettuce greenleaf lettuce in cauliflower harvested at its farm in late November out of an abundance of caution. The recall produce has already been sent to wholesalers across the country and consumers should return. It. The store or throw it out. The farm said none of these products have tested positive for E coli, so far and no illnesses have

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Farm linked to E. coli outbreak recalls cauliflower, lettuce

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Farm linked to E. coli outbreak recalls cauliflower, lettuce

"KCBS farm on California's central coast links to the mass of e coli outbreak involving Romain lettuce has announced a recall of cauliflower and other types of lettuce as a precaution. Adam brothers farming of Santa Maria said that it is recalling readily flatness green leaf lettuce and cauliflower harvested at its farm in late November out of an abundance of caution. The recall cauliflower and lettuce was set to wholesalers across the country consumers with recalled produce are being asked to return it to the store or throw it out. No

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Romain Lettuce, Farming And California discussed on Money Matters with Ken Moraif

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Romain Lettuce, Farming And California discussed on Money Matters with Ken Moraif

"The California farm linked to the massive E coli outbreak involving involving Romain lettuce says it's also recalling its cauliflower and red and green leaf lettuce Adams brothers. Farming says the veggies affected were harvested in November and distributed to ten states,

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Romain Lettuce, Santa Maria And California discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Romain Lettuce, Santa Maria And California discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Four hour newsroom. Federal regulators have traced an e coli outbreak in remain lead us to a farm in Santa Maria, the farm grows red and green leaf lettuce celery, California and broccoli dozens of people have gotten sick from Romain lettuce. Since november. The CDC has also warned people not to eat the lettuce grown in California's

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FDA zeros in on source of romaine lettuce outbreak

Red Eye Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

FDA zeros in on source of romaine lettuce outbreak

"California's Adam, Emily. Family farms are one source of the nationwide e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce. CFDA is now optimistic that all of the tainted Romain lettuce. He's off the market, but still there is a warning to avoid eating romaine packed in certain regions of California, mainly in Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Barbara counties or to avoid it. If the region isn't known in the past month, fifty nine more people have become sick in fifteen state ABC's. Alec stone the

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Drinking orange juice could slash your risk of dementia by 50%

Dr. Daliah

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Drinking orange juice could slash your risk of dementia by 50%

"Ask for her opinion. Anyway, nobody wants my thing, but they say these health giving benefits can protect the brain from a buildup of unwanted molecules and maintain a healthy blood supply to the brain. So lead author study lead author of the study said long-term intake, a veg- vegetables fruit and orange juice may be beneficial. So they looked at men who were fifty one years old on average. They separated them into five groups based on the fruits and vegetables, those the highest eight about six servings a day compared to two servings for the group of the lowest consumption. Now how much is a serving. Well, that's one Cup of raw vegetables or two cups of leafy greens. For fruits the top group paid about three servants day compared to half of the servant of the bottom group at a serving of a food is like one Cup of fruit or half a Cup of fruit juice. So then to measure how the affected brain health was they researchers took tests when the men were seventy three years old on average and the tesla to things like if they could remember we said events if they remembered stuff on a shopping list, and they said that six point six percent of men who ate the most vegetables. I developed less than those who you know, and performed less better than those who ate the least amount of vegetables. So it was a six point six to a seven point nine book. At this fruit consumption, overall did not appear to influence the risk, but drinking orange juice dead. So eating a bunch of grapes, and watermelon and bananas and apples didn't seem to do much for drinking, orange juice. They said did now just six point nine of the people that drink, orange juice. I don't know if they met percent went onto developed poor cognitive function. But it was eight point four percent in the men only drink orange juice once a month. So a lot of you guys are saying this is like, no da. I mean, you know flipping. Well, I know I know, you know, but are you really drinking orange juice regularly? Are you really getting your fruits and vegetables in one of you as how am I supposed to get five to nine fruits and vegetables a day? Which is kind of in the recommendation five to nine. I mean, again cups are small. What is a cop? I mean, depending on the size of your bark broccoli a Cup of broccoli could be four big pieces. So then maybe eight in the morning. I mean, imagine how full you'll be if you eat a Cup of carrots in the morning or a couple of cups of spinach. You know, what I think you guys need to do. Because this is what helped me is. I have little bad. He's. And he's little Baggies. I have you know, vegetables for the day, and I will nibble or Nash on them. You know, not because I want to eat. That's the problem. You can't ask yourself. What you wanna do? If there's a cupcake, and then there's a piece of broccoli. I am not going to reach for the broccoli. But what you do have to do is. Maybe have little alarms going right time to your next piece of broccoli. Time to eat your next carrot stick. And you just have to you have to force yourself to scarf. These vegetables down. That's the only way to get them in. And this is what I don't understand. You guys are so religious with your coffee. You don't start your day. You don't go to work unless you have your coffee, you build your whole morning around your coffee. I don't get that. Because I'm not a coffee drinker. But you make sure to get that coffee in. Why aren't you doing the same thing? Why don't you have the same passion for vegetable I understand vegetables tastes like crap? But you will long-term feel better you'll have that energy boost you'll get four. So you know, what we've been doing it all because we have a bunch of bands the vegetables that now that's the other thing too. I get that. I get the whole roommate lettuce thing. I think we actually have people sick still from Romain lettuce. Let me find out what the latest on that is. I just heard that we have people still getting sick from the romaine lettuce. I have to find that. Sorry apologize. I don't know where my little article is there's a lot of news there. Nine more sickened with e coli outbreak. Background music. How lovely nine more people sickened in e-coli outbreak affected Romain lettuce. Okay. So I get everyone's worried about foodborne illnesses, but you know, mix it up one day of carrots celery. Now, let's go to this Romain lettuce. Remember the romaine lettuce outbreak where right before thanksgiving? The CDC tweeted or I think the FDA made a statement in. They were like right out the door on the way out for thanksgiving. And they say, you know, what there's an e coli outbreak. We don't know where it's coming from just don't eat the lettuce. If you're not sure throw it out. So nobody knew what to do even restaurants had to just stop serving salad. So they believe it came from California farm. But people are still getting sick this nine poor or people have been sickened bringing the total of fifty two people across fifteen states. According to the CDC, New Jersey and California. The most cases each having reported eleven people sick into the outbreak that began as early as over fifty seven people have been sick in Michigan six each in New York and New Hampshire we've seen cases in Connecticut. Florida Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin. And now there's a digital twenty-seven cases in Canada. So authorities believe the romaine lettuce was from northern and central California. And that fair the likely source of the outbreak of bud. They still have not identified a grower supplier distributor or brand. That doesn't make any sense. Because if

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CDC: Romaine lettuce still making people sick, causing kidney failure

The Ray Lucia Show

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

CDC: Romaine lettuce still making people sick, causing kidney failure

"Troubling update now on a very popular food the CDC centers for disease control report. More people in the hospital after eating romaine lettuce. USA radio's John Clemens now with the update that number now stands at fifty two cases across fifteen states that include to people who are now suffering from kidney failure, no common, growers, supplier, distributor or Brandon Romain lettuce has been identified, but the CDC has issued a warning not to eat or serve Romain lettuce from the central coastal growing regions of northern or central California. Those who come down with e coli infection suffer from stomach cramps. Bloody diarrhea vomiting. I'm John Clemens

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"romain" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five if you want to get in with a question, and this is also the aftermath of the great lettuce panic, and how it hit me was will had just gone to the market and bought a bunch of provisions and for me, of course, having no Romain lettuce in the refrigerator is an emergency. So I went to the market got my Romain lettuce neatly packaged fresh and then went home and check my ipad. And there was a big alert. Romaine lettuce recall get rid of your Romain. Lettuce, vile, beads, don't eat it. And if it's even been in your refrigerator swabbed down your refrigerator. And I looked at this perfect package of romaine lettuce, and I feel kinda sad. And I put in the refrigerator, and I just kind of looked at it for a few days. I thought maybe just maybe it's okay to eat it because after all it is organic. But then the warning said that no matter what the source of your Romain lettuce you had to dispose of it. Because it could give you potentially deadly E coli. And I looked at it looked I looked at and was tempted to eat I was even tempted to clean it with Clorox put a capital of Clarkson, some water and clean it. But they said that no method of cleaning is safe because the could be deeply embedded within the plant cells not amenable to whatever cleansing agent, you're using you could wash wash wash. Nice to just get rid of it. I hate to throw away food. But ultimately it hit the trash can. And then I read this article the Wall Street Journal, let us try not to panic. Okay. Spelled L E T T U C E play on words and. The subtitle is will a tragic overreaction topples Caesar and lead to the decline of the romaine empire. And they run a little bit of a statistical analysis on as and I thought it was kind of interesting because a bunch of people got sick forty three people in the entire night states known to be infected with e-coli own one five seven eight seven. And so they did investigation and they interviewed twenty five to forty three. So already were the numbers of diminishing. Eighty eight percent of those twenty five people but not honor percent as opposed to forty percent of the populace who did not get e-coli said they eight Romain lettuce in the week before they got sick. So if this were a trial, a murder trial, this will be very circumstantial evidence. But they concluded there probably was Romain that God these people sick sixteen severely enough to be hospitalized. That's out of forty three. Well, let's run some statistics on this. The US population is about three hundred twenty six million. And let's assume that roughly half about forty seven percent of the population each romaine each week, I probably romaine virtually every day. So that's about a hundred and fifty three million people. Now, we know that forty three people who were infected with e-coli. May have gotten it from romaine lettuce. And so. Against it. Typically, if we assume that each of those one hundred fifty three million people each one serving a Romain each week. That we can figure that they're reported. Fifty nine million servings consumed during the three weeks, the infection was being transmitted. You see we're getting two four hundred fifty nine million servings. That's about half a billion servings forty three forty three people got sick. So let's crunch the numbers. This means that the odds of eating a serving of romaine lettuce that will make you sick or about one in eleven million fewer people hospitalized. So the ISO put you in the hospital or less than one in twenty eight million. Not to put that in perspective for you poker players out there. The odds of getting a Royal flush. Is dozens of times as great that's one in sixty forty six hundred forty nine thousand seven hundred forty I personally have had the pleasure. I don't pay that poker. But few people do. The probability of an amateur heating a hole in one in golf is hundreds of times as great at one in twelve thousand. That's not gonna happen. And the odds of getting killed by a dog attack. Earls a one in one hundred twelve thousand which is a like greater than one. Twenty eight million which is the odds that eating some romaine lettuce will put you in the hospital. Show another way putting. If you were if the outbreak were active, and you wait one salad a day on average you'd be hospitalized. Re coli once every seventy seven thousand years. And this may overstate the problem because one of the things I thought about was like who's getting sick aren't these people who have some kind of questionable history. Maybe there. He'd be no suppress. There's so many people taking medication that literally suppresses the immune system intentionally in this country, or perhaps people who've received cancer chemotherapy, or perhaps people who were sick with some. Genetic bubble boy disease that makes more susceptible to infectious agents. We don't know because the CDC never really disclosed the risks of people who got sick. And so. Overabundance of caution. They told you to throw it all your really lettuce and swabbed down your ridge. And wait for further instructions and sure enough Romain lettuce will soon be making its way back into the supermarket aisles. And it'll be safe to eat again. Or will it be because ultimately with any food? There's a potential chance Banaras farm worker or an animal or bird might poop some e-coli on your on your salad ingredient. And you might ultimately get sick. But the risks of that are infinite tests only small, and lest we be paranoid about the food. We're eating this Wall Street Journal article Burgess urges us, let us try not to panic. Dr Ronald Hoffman. Our number for questions. Eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five and they're coming in. We'll take some of your questions materially here on this weekend edition of intelligent medicine. If you're a big sports fan.

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Romaine update: E. coli outbreak narrowed to 6 California counties

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Romaine update: E. coli outbreak narrowed to 6 California counties

"Painted Romain lettuce that was linked to an e coli outbreak has been narrowed to six California counties Monterey. San Benito, San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara Santa Cruz and Ventura working with the CDC the FDA says only Romain lettuce Harvey. Vested. From those six counties should be avoided.

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Tainted romaine lettuce likely from the Central Coast

Sean Hannity

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Tainted romaine lettuce likely from the Central Coast

"California officials say that means Romain lettuce from other areas, including Florida and Mexico is safe for consumption at least forty three people in twelve states were sick. And by the tainted lettuce, prompting store shelves nationwide to be emptied of all romaine and salad mixes that might contain it. From the Florida central credit union free checking traffic center, we're looking at high wind warnings posted on the sunshine skyway bridge. The impossibly smart idea would be to take it easy. If you're traveling

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"romain" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Most Romain lettuce is safe to eat once again US health officials say they have narrowed down where the tainted Romain lettuce came from that caused an e coli outbreak the food and Drug administration says it appears the tainted lettuce came from the central coast region of California and any Romain lettuce recently harvested in Arizona, Florida, Mexico and California's imperial valley is okay to eat because the lettuce from those locations weren't shipping yet when the began grocers and retailers are asked to post where they're Romain lettuce was packaged and win last week. The government issued a warning telling people to stop eating all Romain lettuce. I'm John Stolnis in an unprecedented encounter a Facebook executive spend hours in the hot seat today. We'll buy. International panel of parliamentarians concerned about the company's impact on democracy. Facebook executive Richard Alan, assuring lawmakers from nine nations the social media giant has cleaned up its act since the two thousand sixteen election. I think we are in a much better place today sitting here in front of you than we were two years ago, but they weren't having to protecting our community for bad actors. That's a recent statement from Facebook is it occurred to you that in relation to privacy. Facebook might be becoming one of these bad actors. CEO Mark Zuckerberg may come to regret his refusal to testify before a panel bent on cracking down on his industry. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London. It's one thousand five times for money news on cable debut, sponsored by Crashproof retirement. Donna Wilson from Bloomberg view. When stocks are falling as investors way trade tensions with China. The Dow Jones industrial average down seventy one points to twenty four thousand five seventy s and p five hundred slipping five points. The NASDAQ dropping twenty three was Texas Intermediate's down to fifty ninety three a barrel. President Trump says phones made in China like Apple's iphones could be hit with ten percent tariffs. He tells the Wall Street Journal that laptops, could also be included in new trait penalties on Chinese imports. Spirit airlines climbed the most on Brecher today. The ultra discounter says fee charged for premium seats in checked bags boosted revenue more than expected spirits revenue from a key industry gate will climb eleven percent this quarter almost doubled the first estimate and Amazon says cyber Monday was the biggest shopping day in its history with money news from Bloomberg going KYW..

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Romain Lettuce, Phil Limpert And FDA discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Romain Lettuce, Phil Limpert And FDA discussed on 24 Hour News

"The FDA says it's begun to pinpoint where tainted Romain lettuce came from Phil Limpert of supermarket. Guru dot com. Look at that package carefully. If it does not say where it comes from don't buy it. And what you wanna be wear of our romaine is harvested from the central coast growing region of northern and central California. All Romain lettuce was ordered off store shelves last

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"romain" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"For your breast implants? I'm so excited. I went to Vickie secret, I got this special three, boo. Brosseau I'm already to go. Ooh. That's real sexy is at least girl all this all the time. Hashtag all all the time. Now, lex before we go. There is a story that we didn't get to we all we'd sometimes do leftovers here. And I don't do you have a question. You have a consumer question that I think is too important to not do today about lettuce. You're the question about let's say, yes. Okay. So Romain lettuce if you've been going to the grocery store any place you can get lettuce. You'll see world. And let us world there'll be no Romain lettuce. And we got this message before thanksgiving, right? That essentially your pie is healthier for you. Then. To eat pie. Sorry is healthy. Yeah. Two inch by goodness. Yeah. A pumpkin. Sorry. Okay. Let me take another. Thanksgiving treat stuffy. Oh, no. No. Okay. Yes. Yes. Turkey Turkey is healthier than your Romain lettuce. Don't eat it because you could die. Right. That's the message. I got so. Yeah. And it's all over the place because of its been linked to the equal outbreak. Right call now, they're saying, okay. It's safe to eat it, again, just not from central California. How? That's where most of it comes from. Yeah. So what do we do? I don't know. I'm afraid to eat it, and I feel bad for the farmers. I'll say that seem know. Yes. Unless you're picking spinach. Spinach..

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FDA proposes new labels designating which romaine lettuce is safe

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

FDA proposes new labels designating which romaine lettuce is safe

"Federal regulators are now moving to narrow their food safety alert against eating romaine lettuce due to a recent e coli outbreak in eleven states. They're working with the produce industry to pinpoint growing areas are labels, but his KCRW's Eric Roy report consumers still advised to be careful. The E coli outbreak mushroomed in October at the peak of the romaine lettuce harvest in central California counties, like Monterey, and San Benito. But with winter approaching the harvest is shifting to imperial county. East of San Diego and Yuma Arizona next door in. I would industry is spokeswoman for the United fresh produce association says Romain lettuce will have labels showing where it was grown. And the data was harvested, Jennifer Mack says that way consumers will know it's safe macadear says a number of lettuce growers and processors worked out the labeling agreement with the food and Drug administration. The produce association is urging other industry members to follow the same lettuce

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FDA: Turns out, contaminated romaine lettuce is from California

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

FDA: Turns out, contaminated romaine lettuce is from California

"Vehicles. The FDA is narrowing its blanket warning from last week not to eat any Romain lettuce because of an e. E coli outbreak. It's believed the romaine lettuce contaminated with e-coli was from the central coast region of California. So any Romain lettuce grown outside of that area is safe to eat hydroponic Romain lettuce and lettuce grown in greenhouses also appear to be safe and not a part of this outbreak. The FDA has now announced new steps to help you better identify where Romain lettuce is grown major distributors have agreed to put that information on

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"romain" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I think one of the things that you know, in a sound bite you capture about e coli outbreaks in salve Manila be found on Turkey's. You wonder what does this mean? Right. It off is another scare maybe something you shouldn't worry about. But think of this. All of these outbreaks more known about you'd October maybe even earlier than that as far back as September. Or maybe August. And yet they're just releasing the information now is the of confirmed these E coli outbreaks are causing people to get sick. Now, they recalled a lot of hamburger they recalled a lot of other meats and meat sources. And now Americans are being told not to eat any Romain lettuce amid concerns over another outbreak of E coli is where the Senator disease control said yesterday throw out your throughout your E, coli laced Romain lettuce, and the reason why they're saying this did they say, okay. That's what the CDC say. They're saying you should throw away any Romain lettuce retailers and restaurants should not sell or serve it. Because at least thirty two people in eleven states have gotten sick from the same strain of E coli in the outbreak. Now the onus is began in October. Very hospitalized at least thirteen people including one with a kind of kidney failure. No deaths have been reported and no recalls have been issued. They are asking for a voluntary throw out. Not to use the romaine lettuce. Now this food safety Lert came out two days before thanksgiving. And now here we are on thanksgiving eve and consumers are being told to avoid all types of romaine lettuce and also salad mixes if they're unsure whether it includes romaine lettuce. The CDC also told Americans to clean refrigerators where the remain had been stored. Clean. All containers. Were that remained lettuce had come contact clean rigid refrigerators with bleach if need be sterilizing clean with hot water and bleach the entire fridge. If you feel the need to get everything out of there. Consumers who have any type of romaine lettuce in their home should not eat it. And she throw it away. That's what the CDC said. In a statement. Okay. CDC also said this, and this is what is bizarre tell me that this doesn't sound like this has been organized not the government's doing it not that. I don't want to cast any aspersions on the government. But I was talking earlier in the last hour about when I was talking about a biological attack on the United States now thinking about this the CDC. Says that they do not know or they do not have a common source with it's contaminated. Lettuce has come from. Okay. They don't identify a common source. I I don't know why they're not they're not. I know why they probably aren't because they don't want. They don't want a certain company or a certain group or whatever to have us whose competence in their food, and he could harm the economy if we lost confidence in the food supply. But here's the deal. According to the CDC. The strain of E coli. It's affecting people right now. Listen to this. It had the same DNA fingerprint as an outbreak tied to leafy greens in the United States Romain lettuce in Canada late last year. And that killed one person and infected twenty five people in fifteen states. So this is another deal. This is another e coli outbreak similar to one we had late last year. And it has the same DNA fingerprint. So if it has the same DNA, fingerprint they can match it somehow. Right. And this would mean what it's coming from an animal, maybe or perhaps a human being. Meaning that fecal material from an animal or a human being has gotten into the romaine lettuce, and it's spread or an entire field has been infected with e-coli as there's been a lot of like sewage or something being used on the on the on the romaine lettuce. See this is what really gets me. I I don't know. How we can assess this. But the e coli strain they've been they've been tracing and looking into in fact, they were sixteen eighteen people. In Ontario, and Quebec that were sick. And by the same e coli strain late last year. So ten cases have been reported in California. That's the state with the highest number of sick. People seven were identified in Michigan. Other states with reported cases are Connecticut. Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Wisconsin. Now symptoms include severe stomach cramps diarrhea often, bloody diarrhea and vomiting others include. Well, you you fall ill better within a week or ten days after you've been exposed to it. So another thing that happens. Ten percent of those who get e-coli. Develop something called hematology. It's called the chemo hime. Oh, hemolytic uremic syndrome. Okay. But that's a that's the thing that causes kidney failure. Right. So. We have to be very vigilant and aware, but what gets me is is not only are they not able to pinpoint the place or the 'cause we're these with these Romain lettuce hearts, or whatever they are are being recalled and why? They can't find a common supplier of Turkey's now that are showing signs of salmonella. Now, we had Derek call the program. He says he works at a store, and he said that he believes it's Jennie, and he said that that's what his store recalled was he no common supplier, the centers for disease control and prevention says, well, we don't know we can't find the common commonality the supplier, but we have managed to trace a DNA marker in the e-coli. This. This all is stacking up to something that I don't think we wanna hear about what's going on. Because you know, I think it's interesting that we're hearing about this. Now just prior to a holiday where we eat a lot. We have a family feast. And so the question I have is could it be what we're witnessing here is something called unforgiving unconventional terror attacks, meaning that well back into the the Bhagwan Rosh call they delivered salmonella poisoning to the dowels and Oregon because they wanted to be able to win the Wasco election. So they Posen salad bars using salmonella, and it was the the first bioterrorism attack in the United States in single largest bioterrorist attack in the United States history. Americans rarely consider the potential for our enemies to attack our nation's agricultural infrastructure and food supply with biological weapons. But they should agriculture security is national security, and we need to realize this that our agriculture and our agribusiness is very important to the lifeline. It's a lifeline to our system. Our food supply is very important to our economy, very important to our national security and back when we were at the peak of the war on terror. It was reported that US navy seals found a list of pathogens schematics terrorists allegedly planned to use to produce bio weapons in addition to six human pathogens, ten pathogens targeted food, six targeted livestock and poultry and four targeted crops. So any threat to our country's food production, insecurity, would have devastating economic social and political impacts. The agriculture sector in the United States is one trillion. It's a one trillion dollar business. It employs approximately nine point two percent of American workers in twenty twelve domestic animal agriculture livestock, poultry production, it generated approximately one point eight million jobs. Three hundred and forty six billion dollars in total economic output and sixty billion in household income more than two-thirds of existing emerging and reemerging plant and animal pathogens can be transmitted to people and as such they present significant threats to human health. Now, if our food supply just happened to be infiltrated by some sort of a biological pathogen. We would lose confidence in the food supply, and we could collapse the economy. This would be a very slow burn. Attack. It's called unconventional terrorism. Okay. That's what they classify. Now Dow been many reasons. These many reasons why these diseases show up in the food. And in most cases, they are isolated instances where farm animals like pigs deer cows defecate on the plants, and there have been cases where immigrant workers have done the same thing. And again, this is usually controlled with with recalls. However, the CDC is urging people to throw out all romaine lettuce. I have to assume that means that there have been several lots or you know, other fields that have been contaminated in general. So you this is a manufactured crisis or there has been a potential for an unconventional biological attack on the foodstuffs consumed during thanksgiving and soon to be the Christmas holiday. What a what a what a time to do this to the United States. Mean what is happening with the Turkey and lettuce scary is very disturbing considering the idea of biological crisis..

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"romain" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All Romain lettuce is being called irresponsible with a source of an e coli outbreak still unknown food safety expert vigil Bridget van Beek says a nationwide recall is going to hurt farmers and Romain processors. An over exaggeration at this situation, not to diminish the people that are sick more than thirty people have been hospitalized by E coli from romaine in eleven states. Be investigation of a fire at a mansion in colts, neck, New Jersey is now an arson and murder case of husband and wife and their two children were found murdered Monmouth county prosecutor Christopher Grammy. Cioni the says the brother of the man who owned the mansion is now in custody leave that in some form or fashion that this family was targeted the Browns. Skater would neither confirm nor deny the brother is a suspect. A Muslim civil rights groups filed a federal civil lawsuit against the riverside regional jail in Virginia. The suit alleges the facility has set aside a housing pot exclusively for Christian inmates. Call the God, bud group says the Christian pod, violates the constitution by favoring one. Religion over another now, WGN sports. Here's Kevin Powell, David. The Blackhawks have nots appointed four straight games. The look to make it five in a row and they kick off a three game road trip against Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals Corey Crawford to get the start in that pre game coming up in about thirty minutes with Chris Boden face off at six with John. And Troy bulls hosting.

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"romain" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on KTRH

"How investigation stay warm. Stay informed with the hottest happening. News Radio seven forty KTAR h. We've got this Romain lettuce situation out there. I better not have romaine lettuce. Yeah. Can tell you that. Well, I don't think there's any left the stories they were all scrambling yesterday to pull it to get off the shelves. And at least a few reports of people kind of panicked over getting that stuff off the shelves. Nobody wants to liability of selling something the CDC is warning us. He's not safe in any way, shape or form. I don't know that I've ever seen the CDC issue that kind of a warning don't eat it. Don't eat anything has been in contact with it. Doesn't matter. How how little it is just it's an E coli contamination. Last year. Remember last year, there were months and months and months. It went by about iceberg lettuce in Romain lettuce, and this kind of lettuce, and they finally had isolated to a certain state certain farm, but this time they're not sure where it's coming from. And that's the big problem. Endemic? I mean, what is going on? It's the same thing. But the Turkey they have no idea where the the problem is originally, you know, they know that they had the Genio ground Turkey that they've called Elizabeth bought a general regulatory. And I went will, you know. Should I be concerned about that? You know Turkey was that the grinding process xactly, you don't know a lot of times, it's the grinding process because the grinders don't get properly cleaned and all those types of problems, by the way, this is what it sounded. Like when the news broke yesterday on FOX CDC is advising that US consumers, not eat any Romain lettuce and retailers and restaurants, not serve or sell any. There are also advising that all remain that any consumer has been thrown out, including any salad mixes containing any romaine and all shelves or draws wear that romaine might have been stored. Not just be washed, but also sanitized the CDC says the bad remain can lead to e coli infections and thirty two people across eleven states are recorded is becoming sick in this. Latest outbreak with cases from October eighth talk Tober thirty first all those thirteen people have been hospitalized with one patient. Suffering a form of kidney failure. Yeah. That's no fun. And as we said, we just don't know we have an isolated where where it's coming from. And my guess is the warning will be out there until they figure it out five fifty six now, you're on News Radio seven forty KTAR h getting you to work informed and on time. Houston's morning news. Probably not after I'm done being president of America are probably become president of Mexico or Canada. What about you? Well, I'm a pretty big fan of the retirement survival guide..

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"romain" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on WRVA

"I got a confession to make. I'm standing in line waiting for a sandwich, which would have lettuce us on it last evening and this guy. I mean, he didn't look dumb or anything. But he says he says does not know I'm from the radio or anything. He says gosh, I didn't know we had so much lettuce from Rome that was infected and I'm thinking are you talking about romaine lettuce? I don't think it's from Rome. I don't I really don't think Romain lettuce is from Rome. But you know, what the snooty part of me thought. Well, wait a minute John you're about to be snooty to this guy or in your head. You're being snooty to him and obnoxious. But do you know what Romain lettuce is all about? I don't I I'm assuming it's a type of lettuce. But if you really put it to me and said, okay, smarty pants. What what does Romain lettuce mean? I'm not sure I can answer that question. I would have just said maybe it's a type of lettuce. But yes, John what does that mean? And it actually has a connection to Rome. It does. Yeah. I mean, did you know that I didn't know where the name remain came from? So it's it's lettuce that came from that part of Europe, and and was originally sort of from a Greek island. Yeah. And it was introduced to greater Europe via Rome. Thus the name romaine lettuce. Although the lettuce we eat is grown here. It's very important from Rome. Right. So. Okay. So the guy's still is he was on point. Yes. But this this whole scare about and let me the other thing. He said was A Bola, and I was like no it's not a bowl coli Bola. We'd all love. Yes. Yeah. So we have any coli scare not any both scare comes romaine lettuce. And they're saying throw away all the romaine lettuce. Let's start again because what eleven people guard thirty people have gotten sick and eleven states. So that seems I mean is that an overreaction or is that a responsible reaction? It's pretty serious the ones have gone to the it's safer just to throw it away. Because apparently, this terrain will not only Jack you up gastrointestinal, it can damage your kidneys. Which sounds worse than the typical E coli straight. Yeah. It's just you're going to bucks worth of lettuce. And I look at these things and always think, well, if it happens, I'm not hoping for it. But if it happens at least Albie lean and have ads by the end of the now this not with this. No, no, no, flat on your back. You won't be exercising for a month. So it's not worth it. You'll be lucky if you can figure head up all the pillow. Yeah. Yeah. Not looking for a week like that. So throw away. Away the lettuce the romaine lettuce from Rome if I'm Barack Obama. And so my apologies in my thumb so thankful that I wasn't in a mood and said something snotty to the guy because he was kinda right? But the bottom line for you is because it's about this lettuce and throw it away. If it's roaming lettuce because the CD says there's a chance that this stuff is infected with e coli not Ebola. Okay. Forty nine. Let's check our headlines from the W RV newsroom. The.

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"romain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Not eat any Romain lettuce and retailers and restaurants, not serve or sell any. There are also advising that all remain that any consumer has been thrown out, including any salad mixes containing any romaine and all shelves or draws wear that romaine might have been stored. Not just be washed. But also sanitize Jonathan hunt. Thirty two people in eleven states have been sickened. And there are reports of more cases coming in last spring five people died from an e coli outbreak. That was blamed on tainted Romain lettuce. The Trump administration will appeal ruling from a federal appeals court judge the blocks for a month the president's order that imigrants who enter the country illegally come out apply for asylum. Homeland security secretary to Nielsen this core. From a chamber in San Francisco has replaced the president's judgment with regard to the fully delegated authority to determine what is a true national security threat to our nation's sovereignty Justice department says the president's order is supported by past supreme court rulings. Special counsel's office says now received written answers to many of the questions it proffered to the President Trump answering questions about Russian election meddling, but his outside lawyers said questions about the firing of FBI director James Comey were off limits aftermath of Chicago hospital shooting police revealing the Dr tamra O'neil spotted her ex fiance and the hospital parking lot and call nine one one saying she feared for her life. Police also concluding the gum gunman Juan Lopez took his own life after killing Dr O'Neill Chicago police officers Samuel Jimenez pharmacy resident.

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"romain" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on KTOK

"Not eat any Romain lettuce and retailers and restaurants, not serve or sell any there also advising that all remain that any consumer has be thrown out, including any salad mixes containing any romaine and all shelves or draws web that romaine might have been stored. Not just be washed, but also sanitized Jonathan hunt. Thirty people in eleven states have been sickened. And there are reports of more cases coming in last spring five people died from an e coli outbreak. That was blamed on tainted Romain lettuce. The Trump administration will appeal ruling from a federal appeals court judge the blocks for a month. The president's order that immigrants who enter the country illegally come out apply for asylum. Homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen this court from a chamber in. San Francisco has replaced the president's judgment with regard to the fully delegated authority to determine what is a true national security threat to our nation's sovereignty Justice department says the president's order is supported by past supreme court rulings. Special counsel's office says now received written answers to many of the questions it proffered to the President Trump answering questions about Russian election meddling, but his outside lawyer said questions about the firing of FBI director James Comey were off limits in the aftermath of the Chicago hospital shooting police revealing the Dr tamra O'neil spotted her ex fiance and the hospital parking lot and call nine one one saying she feared for her life. Police also concluding the gum and Juan Lopez took his own life after killing Dr O'Neill Chicago, police officers Samuel Jimenez, and the pharmacy resident.

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"romain" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on KTOK

"Away all kinds Romain lettuce. Do not use it. The latest outbreak follows the deaths of at least five people in the summer linked to romaine lettuce our food safety coach Jeff Nelken with us Jeff this is getting out of hand. What's going on here? Have you heard anything? Well, it's under investigation. They have not identified any common grower supplier distributor brand at this point. So I think we're at the early stage. Of the investigation. Once again, Jeff tell us hot is E coli happen. Well, e coli can come from contaminated waters in the field and from the animals, so there are a lot of different variations of possibilities. But what I would like to make everyone aware of if they do have romaine lettuce at home that they need to put it in a plastic bag get rid of it and sanitize their refrigerator and make sure that's romaine did not come in contact with any other foods in the refrigerator. And if people are not sure how to do that process. They can go to the CDC website. And they have a very nice info graphic entitled five steps to clean your refrigerator. So tells you specifically how to do it step by step, and this is a national recall and in Canada that is correct. And like I said it's at the starting stage. You know, they haven't really put it all together. And they have quite a few teams of people, you know, looking into it. But if anyone has any symptoms, they certainly should be contacting, you know, their healthcare provider to, you know, don't play around with this. This is serious stuff and Jeff's website safety, coach dot com. Jeff, thank you have a great thanksgiving. So folks, if you have romaine lettuce in the refrigerator is Jeff said sanitize, maybe have rubber gloves on, and then you know, you some bleach or something and clean out. Your refrigerator? This is unbelievable restaurants need to get rid of it. I I texted few folks that I know in Saint Louis who are restaurant owners. They didn't even know about the story, and they're cleaning out their shelves already in supermarkets as well to remain lettuce. What a disaster the S and P five hundred hit a three week low is weak earnings from retailers including target and Kohl's as well. As a fallen energy. Shares added to the worries for Wall Street, which is still reeling. From a selloff in technology stocks another blast. The cold air is expected to bring one of the coldest thanksgiving on record for some northeast cities, a strong area of high pressure from the Arctic circle was descends southward across Canada into the northeast. It's also very cold here in Saint Louis. Dr Tim ball climatologist with us. It is called out there. Tim. Deb, not with us. He would've said it. Sure is. But that's it. Nasa says it will send its twenty twenty Mars Rover to a location known as zero zero's crater. They believe that the rocks in the nearly fifty kilometer wide bowl could conceivably hold a record of ancient life on the planet. A new study has revealed a plan for humans to colonize Mars or any other planet in our solar system. But Bill Nye the science guy does not think it'll happen. Jeff Bezos in lawn mosque he says can't forget about the dreams of colonizing and transforming Mars for human settlement. The popular science commentators said the entire idea of making the red planet more earth like is purely the stuff of science fiction. Let's check in with space historian, Robert Zimmerman, Robert, what do you think of that comment? Well, let me quote off the seat clock one eight distinguished, but elderly scientists, and I will point out the Bill Nye is not a scientist states that something that's possibly is. Almost certainly right when he states. That something is impossible. He is very probably wrong, Bill Nye doesn't know what he's talking about. And he's he's he he's he's repeating the the typical statements of peop- that people have been saying since before Columbus. It's not possible. We can't do it. It's not gonna happen. Why would anyone want to go to the new world? There's nothing there. Why would anyone want to go to the moon? Why why would anyone want to learn how to fly we were meant to fly? We would have been given wings. It's all that childish narrow minded thinking that never gets us anywhere. He he isn't wrong. When he talks about how it is going to be extremely difficult to settle Mars and the moon and make it possible for people to live there. That's for me. It's going to take years. Taking it that far just making it possible to live inside a base a Cologne, Cologne based on artificial environment. That's going to be one of the greatest challenges. No, I take that back. We'll be the greatest challenge the human rights will ever try to do. But that doesn't mean we can't do it. Just means it's going to be hard and to once again, quote, John Kennedy. We choose to do these things because they are hot not because they're easy. So Bill Nye he can go stuff is. Robert Zimmerman's website behind the black dot com. Thank you,.

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"romain" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The mail bag in our next segment and invade the men cave and invade the man cave is snippets of what's going on in the sports world and my spin on it or other things related to what i call the man cave i think everybody's talking about this men women all kinds of people the buzz in the land part of it if it's not about politics not about your sports team getting trashed or thrashed or whatever it's this from the cdc centers for disease control all over of course they are because people are sick the romaine lettuce in the e coli do not mix you know a packaging problem is what they're saying when romain lettuce is packaged or chopped there's a chance for bacteria to sneak in there so if the equipment is contaminated the lettuce gets contaminated and that is scary and then what happens when you kill it you kill it when you cook it but most salad people have their greens raw i'm not cooking my salad eating it right i'm not throwing in the pan so the romaine lettuce e coli outbreak has gotten twenty people in four different states six there's one hundred forty nine people so far in twenty nine states one person die can you imagine death by lettuce killed by lettuce terrible way to go i mean seriously it's not a punchline it's true so the problem is from this lettuce that's grown near a place where i've been and maybe some of you've been yuma arizona and it's like the largest one in over twelve years so people are hospitalized get seventeen people with kidney failure and you've got people that are all the way up to eighty eight years old but as young as one and most are in their thirties and most of the people and here's how they figure this out right because you have to be like inspector clue cell or on ncis or something to figure out this nonsense right it's a puzzle and that would be the cool part about working for the cdc is trying to figure out this stuff so what happened is is that just start interviewing people and.

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"romain" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"You can't reason with that but once the cdc came out here was like i just highly recommend you avoid all romain lettuce whether you're going out to eat whether you're getting like bagged lettuce fucking box i don't know hearts whole heads just don't touch the remain so honestly i don't really eat a lot of remained lettuce anyway because i don't really get salads out because i just make them at home and i don't use romain lettuce and i don't know it's not really my food i guess so i've been okay but i've been thinking about it you know i've been really really been churning now this posted like one of their short little videos to twitter of course and they were talking about how the biggest majority of e coli food poisoning outbreaks in the user equalize equal is due to salads and leafy greens and it was like two thirds of all fucking you know complaints of having some sort of food borne illness comes from leafy greens and salads and that shook me and it also made me think about conspiracy yes so here we go them my conspiracy is that the meat and dairy industry has contaminated our lettuce in a ploy to get people to stop going vegan and to continue eating animal products thoughts it's a wild theory would it's a wild one in i would like to think that your wrong and just be like no we i honestly like i could believe it if that came to be like would not be i'd be shocked but i'd be like i you know as possible my reasoning for that is first of all we all know the meat and dairy industry is so fucked up and they are so sketchy and doing all kinds of crazy shit i mean they are making chickens left teddy bigger than the moon that is not right.

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"romain" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Seven tends to cause more severe illness so shigatoxinproducing producing ecoli can produce two types of shiga toxins called s s t x to when a strain only produces s s to it's tends to cause more severe illness and so the strain in this outbreak produces only that to toxin and so that's might be one of the reasons that we're seeing more hospitalizations and more cases of a type of kidney failure called hima limit he'd olympic uremic syndrome so let's get to the detective work part of this story which is trying to figure out where these things come from and food distribution network for talking whole heads of romaine but also the chopped in bags stuff are we getting any better at being able to find where things come from keep track of where they go and so on you know it's it's really difficult unfortunately a lot of lettuce doesn't have a bar code or something like that on it so it can be really difficult to determine where are you know lettuce ultimately comes from and so luckily in this outbreak lot of our cases where reporting eating at romain lettuce and different salads and things at restaurants and so we fda our colleagues that fda were able to go back to those restaurants and collect records as to where they were where they purchase the romaine lettuce from and then hopefully from go back to a farm from there but you know there's a lot of suppliers and distributors and harvesters and growers all involved in production of romaine lettuce and so trying to to get it down to a farm or a distributor or supplier that's in common can be very difficult last time we had an outbreak like this it involved spinach what are leafy greens tend to be involved in this sort of outbreak.

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"romain" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Eight six zero eighty seven eighty five is talking about the the romaine lettuce was in my local kroger the other day and they've got a big sign right there next to the lettuce section clearly points out that we're concerned about our consumers and we can verify that none of our products are none of the romaine is grown in yuma arizona now you had the cdc that last week issued a warning against eating all romaine lettuce and investigations being conducted by the food and drug administration the nafta spokesman says a recall be issued because no common supplier or grower has been founded this point they've been in yuma sifting through paperwork showing how romain lettuce was handled how it was shipped we're on the papal paper trail not onto the sampling yet eventually the state lettuce samples will be tested after the workers find evidence of a shared farm or supplier technically or even really know where the hell it's coming from the blade appears restaurants and supermarkets have also instructed to dispose of any romaine if it came from yuna would you rather or you're not aware of its origin panera bread which has like two thousand locations set on their website that all romaine from yuma was removed when the first warning was issued from their chain they're using romain lettuce that's harvested from california the wildflower bread company which is an era zona restaurant chains had all their romaine comes from california the outbreak will be declared over when health officials are sure romain lettuce from yuma is no longer on the market so you've got yuma that's about one hundred eighty five miles southwest of phoenix it's close to the california border which is referred to as the country's winter vegetable capital known for its agriculture and oftentimes rebels with like they've got a lettuce festival there according to the fresh vegetable association the outbreak came as the harvest of romaine was about to end groomers growers in yuma typically plant romain lettuce between september and january the peak of the harvest season runs from mid november until the beginning of april they're saying at this point there wasn't much romaine left there to begin with so so just be aware right now let's get back to the calls this morning what are you say yeah.

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"romain" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"romain" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We'll see how that goes maybe they'll be selling that on home shopping network next month from that into the face who would sell that though john like let's put a because you know you have a celebrity and then you linked to the line like wolfgang puck cells is pans wendy williams seltzer dresses who would sell that cooking oil would have to be several russian spy have to be someone from the kgb it's gotta be throughout all your romain lettuce it could have e coli a big salad today of romaine and a ruge what would have been better off with a hamburger federal authorities are urging people who bought chopped romain lettuce in the united states to throw it away because he could get them sick the centers for disease control all of the us oh my god i just had some i feel fine the cdc said on wednesday the nationwide e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce was from yuma arizona the cdc warning is clear all store bought chop romain lettuce including salads and mixes with romain should not be eaten and throw it away if someone is eating the lettuce and not gotten sick it should still be thrown away if you don't know if the lettuce you're eating romaine or not toss it eating at a restaurant asked the waiter if the romaine lettuce is coming from the yuma area like he's gonna now please he's like a struggling actor looking at his side's going for in addition all just check the source can't be confirmed do not order do not eat how about just stay away from this don't ask any idiot yeah exactly we're the lettuce comes from it just comes in the bag that's what i had for breakfast and lunch today and i'll go till seven tonight this is the problem why i never make salads at home because i love avocados but every house you buy at the store you.

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"romain" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"romain" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Hello over one and welcome to the slush film guest the official podcast the slush film dot com i'm david shannon with me are of hardware and jeff pinata welcomed the show every one of what we do here on this podcast as quickly as we talk about what we've been watching we move on into a discussion of some film these has been going on this week and then be conclude with an indepth review this week will be reviewing american made with reiter lindsay romain so looking forward to talking about that movie with lindsay but before we get to that a few things i just wanna mention first week find more episodes of this podcast it's less from cast our com can email us at slash film cast g mel dot com and i feel we would be remiss if we didn't mention that there are just a lot of things going on in the world right now take your pick of whatever's going on but i think it's safe to say that you know for me personally and i'm sure for you guys as well 2017 from a news consumers perspective has been a festival of horrors there's not a day that goes by where i haven't been emotionally crushed by something happening in the news and during this time i have personally struggled mightily with how we should run this podcast should we use our platform to comment on all the stuff going on should we continue to offer people escapism and a celebration of what we love while pop culture and entertainment i don't think there's actually a right answer to that question i think there is value in both approaches but overall we've definitely settled on the latter approach where we kind of just trying to have fun around here and comment on all the stuff that we use usually comment on.

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