Should I throw out my romaine lettuce?

Chef's answer
Throw it away. If you don't know if the lettuce is romaine or whether a salad mix contains romaine, don't eat it or serve it. Throw it away. Most romaine lettuce products are labeled with a harvest location showing where they were grown.
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Contaminated romaine lettuce that made people sick in this outbreak harvested from the Salinas Valley growing region in California is no longer available for sale. CDC is no longer advising that people avoid romaine lettuce from this growing region.
U.S. health officials have confirmed that contaminated romaine lettuce that made people sick in this outbreak from the Salinas, California growing region is no longer available for sale. Romaine lettuce that is now in stores and restaurants comes from other growing regions.
The states affected include Alaska, Oregon, California, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Indiana, Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Wisconsin, New Mexico, South Carolina, Washington, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, Massachusetts and Illinois. Puerto Rico is also affected.
Romaine lettuce from the Tanimura &.
Summary. Romaine lettuce can be a healthful part of a balanced diet and can provide even more health benefits if a person eats it regularly. The combination of a low calorie content and high nutritional value make this leafy green an excellent, healthful staple..
Chop the lettuce into bite-sized pieces starting from the leafy end and moving towards the core end. Thicker pieces look like this. Large pieces of lettuce are perfect for any salad. Their crispy texture goes well with croutons, silky dressings, chunky tomatoes, and bits of pita.
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