Friday, May 21, 2010

Salmonella triggers nationwide sprout recall

Alfalfa sprouts were sold in at least 18 states; 23 sickened so far

Salmonella poisoning has triggered a nationwide recall of alfalfa sprouts, the Oregon TV station KMTR has reported.

The sprouts were sold in at least 18 states and 23 people, including a baby, in 10 states has been sickened, according to KMTR.

The sprouts were produced by the California company Caldwell Fresh Foods and were sold under various names at stores including Walmart, Trader Joe's and other locations.

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