An e-coli outbreak that caused many stores to temporarily stop selling romaine lettuce appears to be over.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says there have been no illnesses in Canada since mid-November.
OUTBREAK UPDATE: The #Ecoli outbreak appears to be over in Canada, but Canadians who are travelling to the U.S. or who shop for groceries across the border, should follow the @CDCgov’s advice for U.S. consumers found on their website. More information: https://t.co/wc6V8s11K2 pic.twitter.com/HbEl31vWyN
— GovCanHealth (@GovCanHealth) December 25, 2018
They are no longer advising residents in Ontario, Quebec and new Brunswick to avoid eating the lettuce and salad mixes containing romaine..
Twenty-nine confirmed cases of E. coli illness in Canada were investigated between mid-October and mid-November of this year..