We can eat salads again!
The US FDA said Monday that romaine lettuce is now safe to eat as long as it’s not from the Coastal Central growing regions of northern and central California, which is believed to be the source of the latest E. coli outbreak. Officials say if you can’t confirm where it’s grown, don’t eat it.
Romaine lettuce is safe to eat as long as it’s not from California’s Central Coast growing region, federal health officials said. https://t.co/4fFD7V3jg8
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 27, 2018