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Leasa Industries Co., Inc. Recalls Leasa Brand 6 oz Living Alfalfa Sprouts Because Of Possible Health Risk

Leasa Industries Co., Inc. of Miami, FL is recalling 433 cases of LEASA Living Alfalfa Sprouts with use by date 7/2/12, because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The affected product is in 6 oz. clear plastic containers with a UPC code of 75465-55912 and has an expiration date of 7/2/12. The UPC code is located on the side of the label at the side of the container. The expiration date of the package is located on the side of the container.

Source: FDA

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