(Its Back)...E.Coli. It has once again been found in Romaine Lettuce.
12 people in six states have become ill after ingesting recalled Romaine Lettuce sold at various stores, including 1,100 Walmart stores. The CDC says a recall of the lettuce had been issued last week out of Salinas, California. The Center For Disease Control and Prevention says no deaths have been reported. They say the bacteria typically strikes 3-4 days after a person consumes food tainted with E.Coli. Symptoms include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea, Vomiting and fever, while some infected people can suffer from Kidney failure.