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SPROUTERS NORTHWEST, INC. RECALLS CLOVER SPROUTS AND CLOVER SPROUT MIXES BECAUSE OF POSSIBLE HEALTH RISK

The US FDA has issued a press release to confirm that Sprouters Northwest, Inc. of Kent, WA, is recalling all of its clover and clover mix products because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The recall was initiated January 1st by Sprouters Northwest after learning that a few cases of Salmonella might be linked to sprouts. Sprouters Northwest, Inc. concluded that this type of cautionary, voluntary action was the appropriate and responsible reaction regardless of the limited information available.

The recalled clover products were distributed in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska in retail chains and through wholesale distribution. Follow the link for more product details.

The CFIA has also issued a food alert.

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