Here's why your salad seems more susceptible to E. coli outbreaks than other foods you buy.
Food inspections are in jeopardy, thanks to the government shutdown.
Adam Bros. Farming, Inc. announced a voluntary recall of red leaf lettuce, green leaf lettuce and cauliflower.
Here's what to do with your lettuce and how to know if you've been infected.
In the wake of a new E. coli outbreak, the CDC is urging Americans to throw away any kind of lettuce they can't identify.
James Gorny, a former industry lobbyist whom the FDA hired in February to implement produce safety rules, told the group
The outbreak has killed one person in California and has sickened 149 others.
So far, 53 people in 16 states have been infected.
Even though romaine is available in the supermarket all year round, treated this way it somehow tasted of spring. And about time, too.
It's clear that now is the time to mix things up -- in your salad bowl. How to Choose Summer Salad Greens The Food Network's