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In an instance of déjà vu, there’s a new E.coli outbreak in late November linked to romaine lettuce. The outbreak was quickly traced to romaine lettuce grown near Salinas

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As the Food and Drug Administration continues investigating the E.coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce from California, literally tons of lettuce are ending up in landfills. Now, some agriculture companies are using a voluntary labeling system to help consumers stay informed and hopefully avoid food waste in the future.

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 As the country is working on a plan to combat the Zika virus, a local blood provider is putting restrictions on who can donate.

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The E. coli outbreak connected to Chipotle restaurants is now thought to be in California.