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Canadians warned of U.S. E. coli infections of romaine lettuce

November 27, 2019  By Government of Canada

A public health notice has been issued by the Government of Canada related to the outbreak of E. coli infections in the United States that are linked to romaine lettuce. As a result of the U.S. outbreak investigation and its link to product on the Canadian market, the Public Health Agency of Canada is advising Canadians to follow the U.S. CDC’s public health advice, which advises consumers to not eat, and retailers and food service establishments to not sell or serve, any romaine lettuce harvested from the Salinas, California growing region in the U.S. Romaine lettuce harvested in Canada is not affected by this advice.

To read more about the public health notice, click here.

To read a related story from CBC News, click here.


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