The local lettuce manufacturer expressed concern on the nationwide warning on Romain Letis on Friday, claiming that the ban caused grievances to farmers like him who grow within his / her product.
Paul Selva, the founder and chief executive of the Little Leaf Farm in Davens, said that he was an E.D. From "Koli" contamination so far in "sophisticated controlled environment", its lettuce grows hydrologically.
Selve said in a telephone interview that the Centers for Disease Control "threw the child out of the bath" when he advised that Romney Letties be removed.
"If they can find out where they came from instead of doing what they do, it would have been nice. The unnecessary people would not have been afraid of public, they would have been thoughtfully designed, but they needed to be saved, so I understand why they Have done, "he said.
State observers recently examined all the products of the sale on its request, and it was made clear, but they said that their produce was still stripped from the shelves in grocery stores.
The CDC's guidance continued on Friday.
"CDC continues to investigate the outbreak of most of the E. coli … infection associated with Romaine lettuce. We understand that the outbreak is worrying for many Americans – especially these Thanksgiving weeks have gathered together for many. CDC Disease Detectives are working with federal regulatory partners to investigate and determine the possible source of contamination possible, according to the CDC's director Ktara Dr. Robert R. redaphilde said in a statement on Friday.
"The good news is that we can rapidly erupt and identify through our diagnostic system, which can prevent more illness," he said. "However, until we know more, it is crucial that Americans will continue to follow the guidance given by the CDC. There are no exceptions – Brand, type, or even if it is in the mix, it is necessary to remove Romance lettuce,"Said Redfield.
The CDC said it is giving its warning because no formal manufacturer, supplier, distributor or brand of Roman Lettis is known as the source of blistering cases of E. coli cases.
Polytco noted that Warning about Roman Lettis was unusually aggressive.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb told the website, "It is a comprehensive warning, there is no question about it … our first order is to protect public health, to fully recognize that it will cause great problems for growers and consumers."
But Selve said that in their method of growing food there is nothing common with the West coast farmers, where E. Coalition issues were before.
He said that he was depressed that the CDC is "painting lettuce in a wide stroke."