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When will romaine lettuce be safe to serve again?

An E. coli outbreak linked to the lettuce might hurt salad sales, and consumers have a right to be wary, Advice Guy says.

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Contaminated oysters sicken 100 in Calif.

Health officials are warning restaurant customers not to eat raw shellfish sourced from a particular region in Canada.

The time frame for potential contamination was longer than authorities first indicated. Meanwhile, the outbreak has spread to 16 states.

A 66-year-old victim who was hospitalized for kidney failure said she was poisoned by a salad sold by a New Jersey unit.

An Indiana supplier recalled the eggs because of concerns about a possible salmonella contamination.

An Indiana supplier recalled the eggs because of concerns about a possible salmonella contamination.

The watchdog has traced an outbreak of E. coli cases to chopped romaine lettuce grown in that area.

Authorities say they still don't know what product or food seller was the source, but some still mention Panera as a possibility.

The officials stress that they have no confirmation the chain was where eight people contracted the bacteria.

A flurry of new research shows how consumer issues are challenging the industry—and Chipotle in particular.

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