FDA links E. coli outbreak to Fresh Express salad kits

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From the Food and Drug Administration December 9, 2019 Recommendation FDA, CDC, U.S. state health authorities …

Romaine outbreak illnesses rise above 100

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From the Food and Drug Administration December 4, 2019: Recommendation FDA, CDC, and state health authorities …

CDC increases illness count in Hepatitis A outbreak linked to fresh blackberries

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From the Food and Drug Administration December 3, 2019: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), …

CDC reports more cases in Hepatitis A outbreak linked to fresh blackberries

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From the Food and Drug Administration November 26, 2019: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), …

Update: FDA says Salinas likely source of E. coli romaine outbreak

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From the Food and Drug Administration November 26, 2019: FDA, CDC, and state health authorities are …

FDA advises not to eat romaine from Salinas, CA

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From the Food and Drug Administration November 22, 2019: “Today, we are providing an important update …

Hepatitis A outbreak linked to fresh blackberries

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local partners, are investigating a multistate outbreak of hepatitis A illnesses in Indiana, Nebraska, and Wisconsin potentially linked to fresh conventional (non-organic) blackberries from the grocery store, Fresh Thyme Farmers Market.

FDA still seeking source of Maryland Caesar Salad E coli outbreak

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The Food and Drug Administration released this statement November 20: Consumers are advised not to eat …

FDA begins yearlong romaine sampling program

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This domestic sampling assignment may include wholesalers, foodservice distribution centers, and commercial cooling and cold storage facilities, including on-farm holding facilities. Samples will only be collected after harvest and not from farm fields.

What can we learn from a romaine outbreak we knew nothing about?

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The latest E. coli outbreak associated with romaine lettuce is over, and now the produce industry has to learn something from it to get better. But that will be much tougher than with other recent outbreaks.