Here’s why lettuce keeps getting contaminated with E. coli

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The Public Health Agency of Canada is once again telling Canadians not to eat their leafy greens — especially romaine lettuce in Ontario and Quebec. Health officials in the U.S. and Canada are trying to confirm the source of a new E. coli outbreak. But once again, romaine is suspected.

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