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Romaine lettuce recalled in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin following public health concerns, the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning against E. coli.



Ill., Ind., Wis. (WLS) – The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning on E. coli bacteria associated with romaine lettuce bags on Saturday.

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In a tweet, the FDA warned consumers regarding packaged romaine lettuce. They are packaged under the brand names Tanimura and Antle.

Consumers should not eat lettuce, the FDA added. It is believed that they were distributed in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.

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The lettuce brand announced it would voluntarily recall the items. Items subject to this warning are labeled with pack dates of 1

0-15 and 10-16.

If you want updates on the investigation, follow the FDA on Twitter.

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