Celtuce, oak leaf and Swiss chard are all types of what?
Ivy, lettuce, rose, or cauliflower?
This may not get as much attention as iceberg or butterhead, but they're all types of lettuce.
AZUZ: Romaine is another type that's getting attention for the wrong reason. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control is warning that a recent E. coli outbreak is connected to romaine lettuce.
And this outbreak looks to be pretty widespread. It's affected at least 53 people in 16 states, including eight people at a prison in Alaska. But it's a lettuce growing area several states away, in Yuma, Arizona, that's believed to be the source of the outbreak.
Labels on packages often don't say where the lettuce is from. So, the CDC says people should throw out any romaine in their homes and avoid it at restaurants unless they know for sure that the lettuce isn't from Yuma.
No deaths have been reported as of last night. But five victims have developed a type of kidney failure as a result of the bacterial outbreak.