Multiple forms of romaine lettuce have been the subject of recalls over the past few years. Earlier this month, Tanimura & Antle Inc. also recalled single heads of romaine lettuce distributed across the country for possible E. coli contamination. By Lizzy Buczak. The FDA announced on Tuesday the company is recalling its three-pack of Dole Romaine Heart, as well as its Wild Harvest Romaine Hearts, harvested between Oct. 23 and Oct.26. The products should no longer be in stores, since the lettuce products were harvested and packed over four weeks ago. Thanksgiving turkey:Popeyes Cajun Style Turkeys return for Thanksgiving 2020: : Here's how to get one, Toliet paper panic buying:Don't count on finding toilet paper on your next run to Target or Walmart. The voluntary recall affects packaged romaine lettuce distributed to 19 states and Puerto Rico. Of those 40 cases, 54% were linked to romaine lettuce. E. coli, a form of food poisoning, can cause diarrhea, severe stomach cramps and vomiting. Multiple forms of romaine lettuce have been the subject of recalls over the past few years. The lettuce products were distributed in more than a dozen … According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the recall is precautionary and was issued after a routine test of one package of the romaine hearts yielded a positive result for E. coli. The company issued a voluntary recall on two romaine lettuce products, Dole Organic Romaine Hearts 3-Pack and Wild Harvest Organic Romaine Hearts, after a random sample tested by … Although Dole has a wide variety of lettuce products, the only two being recalled are the Dole Organic Romaine Hearts 3pk (UPC 0-71430-90061-1), … Romaine lettuce, which has been recalled several times in the past few years over E. coli fears, is once again being recalled. E. coli symptoms can include abdominal cramps, nausea, fatigue and diarrhea, and some people can develop a form of kidney failure. Popeyes Cajun Style Turkeys return for Thanksgiving 2020: : Here's how to get one, Don't count on finding toilet paper on your next run to Target or Walmart, Your California Privacy Rights/Privacy Policy. Tanimura & Antle Inc. is voluntarily recalling select single heads of romaine lettuce distributed across the country for possible E. Coli contamination. The Salinas, California-based … Consumers can find the harvested-on sticker on the upper right corner of each bag. No other Dole products are included in the recall, and the recall does not apply to any bagged or clamshell salad romaine product, according to the FDA press release. This recall comes in the same month as the below recall of Tanimura & Antle Romaine lettuce over E. coli concerns, as well as a multi-state E. coli outbreak that has sickened 12 people. A report in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases, published in Sept. 2020, found that leafy greens have been linked to 40 outbreaks of a serious strain of E. coli from 2009 to 2018. Don’t serve romaine lettuce on Thanksgiving, CDC advises, report in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases, Romaine lettuce recalled due to E. coli concerns: TODAY’s headlines. As if lettuce wasn't already having a bad enough month, Dole just announced a voluntary recall of organic romaine hearts over possible E. coli risk, according to … No illnesses have been reported, and the FDA said in a press release that it is not associated with any other ongoing outbreaks. The only products being recalled are the Dole Organic Romaine Hearts three packs with harvested-on dates of Oct. 23 and Oct. 26 and 12-ounce bags of Wild Harvest Organic Romaine Hearts with the same harvested-on dates. Stores in 19 states and Puerto Rico received the affected produce. This recall comes in the same month as the below recall of Tanimura & Antle Romaine lettuce over E. coli concerns, as well as a multi-state E. coli outbreak that has sickened 12 … You might want to hold the salad at Thanksgiving dinner this year: A company has issued a voluntary recall of single heads of romaine lettuce due to a … The report suggested that speedy cross-contamination, paired with eating lettuce raw instead of cooking it, can lead to more cases of E. coli associated with the vegetable. Limited amounts of organic romaine hearts are being voluntarily recalled just days before Thanksgiving after the company announced the products were potentially contaminated with E. coli. Elderly adults and young children are more susceptible to severe illness and can develop a form of kidney failure known as hemolytic uremic syndrome. RADIO.COM.