Strange: Deadly outbreak tied to romaine ongoing; no recall, few details

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Editor’s note: A spokeswoman for the CDC confirmed for Food Safety News on Jan. 3 that one person has died in the U.S., five have been admitted to hospitals and two have developed kidney failure because of HUS as a result of their E. coli infections.
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8 thoughts on “Strange: Deadly outbreak tied to romaine ongoing; no recall, few details

      • I know that happens, but IMO that isn’t the source of this. If you followed the story all the way through the presentation, you’d hear that this strain is the same as one that struck 25 years ago in burgers. Hamburger is notoriously susceptible to ecoli contamination because of the processing…and it is BOVINE in origin. I think it is far more likely this is the result of improper use of a manure fertilization process many farmers use.

        • do the dna and track it back to where it started like MAD COW!
          oh right the cdc is an advertizing krew for big pig pharma farm.

    • Yes….they are NOT what you think they are….. firstly they are NOT for America…just like the FDA…is not for America either….

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