How Can Consumers Tell Where Their Fruits & Vegetables Come From?An E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce has now sickened more than 60 people across the country.
Amid E. Coli Fears, Americans Told To Toss Romaine LettuceSo far, the outbreak has infected 53 people in 16 states. At least 31 have been hospitalized, including five with kidney failure.
Romaine Lettuce May Be Linked To E. Coli Outbreak, Officials SayA warning from the CDC is urging people to be cautious of eating romaine lettuce after nearly 60 people were infected by E. coli bacteria.
Officials Don't Know Source Of 3-Year-Old Girl's Fatal E. ColiMinnesota health officials say they are unable to identify the source of an E. coli strain that killed a 3-year-old Wright County girl and sickened her older brother.
Maple Lake Boy Continues To Recover From Serious E. coli InfectionA Maple Lake boy is making progress on the road to recovery after being infected with a serious strain of E. coli that took the life of his younger sister.
E. Coli Bacteria Claims Sister; Brother Remains CriticalInside the University of Minnesota's Masonic Children's Hospital, heartbreak hopes for a miracle.
General Mills Recalls Flour Products Amid E.Coli InvestigationGeneral Mills is issuing a recall on Gold Medal flour products as authorities investigate a multistate E.coli outbreak.
Wis. Company Recalls Alfalfa Sprouts After E. Coli OutbreakA western Wisconsin company is voluntarily recalling alfalfa and alfalfa onion sprouts following an E. coli outbreak that sickened at least nine people.
MDH: Nine People Recovering From Alfalfa Sprout E. Coli OutbreakAt least nine people in Minnesota and Wisconsin are recovering from an E. coli outbreak. The Minnesota Department of Health thinks alfalfa sprouts produced by "Jack And The Green Sprouts" are to blame.
No Lunch At Chipotle MondayThose who make it a habit to kick off their work weeks with lunch at Chiptole will have to come up with an alternate solution this week. All restaurant locations will not be opening until 3 p.m. Monday -- instead of the standard 11 a.m. -- so workers can attend meetings about the chain's recent food safety scares.
CDC: Chipotle-Linked Outbreak Of E. Coli Appears OverThe federal agency that monitors public health says the outbreak of E. coli illness linked to Chipotle restaurants that sickened 60 people appears to be over.
Chipotle Briefly Closing For Nationwide All-Staff Food Safety MeetingA major restaurant chain is closing its stores all over the country. Chipotle is shutting down, but it is just temporary. The company announced it will close all of its restaurants on Feb. 8 for a few hours.

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