Romaine Lettuce Recalled Due to E. Coli
A voluntary recall of a single lot of romaine lettuce is being issued by the U.S Food and Drug Administration due to the possible contamination with Escherichia Coli O157:H7 bacteria (a.k.a E. Coli). The recall is limited to Tanimura & Antle Field Fresh Wrapped Single Head Romaine.
More About the Recall
- A total of 2,095 cases were distributed throughout the U.S and Canada beginning on August 2. A complete 1,969 cases were shipped to several states, all of which are listed on this website, as well as Puerto Rico, and Canada.
- According to an article by the Washington Post, no illnesses have been reported associated with this product.
- The recall occurred after the testing of a solitary random sample by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
- The contaminated product was shipped in cases packed in either 12 or 18 heads per case.
Retailers and wholesalers can recognize the affected products through a traceability code brand attached to the outside of the case. More information on the code can be found on the U.S FDA website. Tanimura & Antle’s sole priority is food safety, and if any consumer is in possession of this product, they are highly suggested to properly dispose of it in a proper waste receptacle.
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