Romaine lettuce from Arizona is linked to an E. coli outbreak in 36 states, with 210 people infected. At least 5 of the victims have died. The lettuce was served at Panera Bread, grocery stores, restaurants, jails and correctional facilities, and other locations.
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UPDATE: Canal Water Tests Positive for E. Coli
June 28, 2018 — Canal water in the Yuma, Arizona lettuce growing region has tested positive for the exact genetic fingerprint of E. Coli that caused the outbreak, according to a report from the FDA.
5 Deaths Linked to E. Coli in Lettuce
At least 5 people have died of severe E. coli infections after eating lettuce. The victims who died were from Arkansas, California, Minnesota and New York. Click here to read more.
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome Lawsuit
May 2018 — The family of a 6 year-old boy with Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) has filed a lawsuit against Papa Murphy’s pizza restaurant. The boy was hospitalized for 16 days with kidney failure due to HUS after eating romaine lettuce in a salad from Papa Murphy’s. Click here to read more.
Romaine Lettuce Linked to E. Coli Outbreak
In May 2018, the FDA warned consumers not to eat all types of romaine lettuce grown in the Yuma, Arizona region, including whole heads of romaine, hearts of romaine, pre-chopped romaine, salads, and bag salad mixes containing romaine
What is the Problem?
In April 2018, the CDC warned about an outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 from romaine lettuce that was grown in Arizona. The agency warns: “Consumers should avoid all romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona. If you cannot determine the source of your romaine lettuce, throw it away and don’t eat it.”
How Many People Are Sick?
As of June 28, at least 210 people have been infected with E. coli in 36 states since March, including 96 people who were hospitalized and 5 people who died. At least 27 people developed a type of kidney failure called Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS).
Panera Bread Salad E. Coli Outbreak
The E. coli outbreak was linked to romaine lettuce in salad after a group of 6 people in New Jersey fell ill after eating at Panera Bread. The lettuce was also distributed to grocery stores, jails, and other restaurants.
New Jersey Woman FIles Panera E. Coli Lawsuit
One of the E. coli victims, Louise Fraser, filed a food poisoning lawsuit against Panera and its lettuce supplier, Freshway Foods Inc. Louise was hospitalized for several weeks with a type of kidney failure known as Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) after eating a salad that was contaminated with E. coli at Panera Bread in New Jersey.
Salad E. Coli Outbreak at Alaska Jail
On April 19, 2018, Alaska health partners announced that several people in a correctional facility were infected with the outbreak strain of E. coli O157:H7. The victims ate whole-head romaine lettuce that was grown in Yuma Arizona.
E. coli Food Poisoning
Infections with E. coli can cause severe stomach cramps, bloody diarrhea, vomiting and other symptoms within 2-8 days of eating contaminated food. Infection can cause death, dehydration, blood infections, kidney failure, or Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS).
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