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Sprouts recalled

It’s Friday, so there must be a batch of sprouts being recalled someplace. As a matter of fact, there is. Chang Farm of Whatley, Mass., is recalling soy bean sprouts because of possible Listeria Monocytogenes contamination. The 10-pound and 12-ounce bags, with a sell-by date of July 17, were distributed throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. No illnesses have been reported. Chang Farms issued a similar recall in April of 2008. Additional information

Raisins contain undeclared sulfites

Mayaraisins

Maya Overseas Foods, Inc., is recalling Maya Overseas Foods Golden Raisins, which are sold in uncoded, 1-pound bags and distributed throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. The raisins contain sulfites which are not listed on the labels. Sulfites can cause severe reactions in people with sulfite sensitivities and asthmatics. Additional information

Plainview recall continues to grow

The Plainview Milk Products Cooperative recall is still in the lead of the ongoing recall race. The Minnesota dairy cooperative issued a recall June 29 of several products going back two years. While none its products – instant nonfat dried milk, whey protein, fruit stabilizers, and gums or thickening agents – were sold directly to consumers, they have been used widely in numerous foods by companies around the United States. As of today, 261 products which included ingredients from Plainview have been recalled, and that number should continue growing for a while. The recalled foods fall into seven categories so far: cake products, candy, drink mixes, instant nonfat dry milk, oatmeal, instant sauces, and toppings. Additional information

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