On November 22, 2019, the CDC and FDA issued an advisory that consumers should not eat Romaine Lettuce harvested from Salinas, California. Our product has not been named in this advisory, however, because your family’s health is important to us, we advise that you do not eat Romaine Lettuce or Romaine Hearts grown in Salinas, California, but throw it out.
For more information about this situation, please reference either the CDC or FDA websites noted below. Thank you.
When it comes to nutrition, no one can outsmart Mother Nature. Artichokes, with their beautiful packaging and exquisite taste, offer a unique nutritional inventory.
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