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Red Clover sprouts with E. coli prompts Recall at Whole Foods & elsewhere

March 16, 2020 by


Chicago Indoor Garden is recalling all products containing Red Clover sprouts. It has come to our attention, from the FDA, that our Red Clover sprouts were contaminated with E. coli 0103. This includes the following products that were distributed to Whole Foods throughout the Midwest, Coosemans Chicago Inc., Battaglia Distributing, and Living Waters Farms. This […]

Sprouts Frozen Cut Leaf Spinach Recalled for Listeria

June 14, 2019 by


Sprouts Farmers Market of Phoenix, AZ is recalling Frozen Cut Leaf Spinach conventional and organic 16oz bags, manufactured by National Frozen Foods of Oregon, because it has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.  Sprouts Recalls the following product: Sprouts Frozen Cut Leaf Spinach, 16oz. bag, UPC 87487500982, Lot 19031203A03, USE BY 12/03/21. Identifying […]

Organic sprouts sold at Whole Foods Recalled

March 8, 2019 by


Fullei Fresh of Miami, Florida is recalling Organic Bean Sprouts because it has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Organic Bean Sprouts were shipped to Whole Foods Markets in Florida and Freedom Fresh (a Miami distributor) on February 18, 2019. The product is packaged as 4 oz. in plastic clamshells. It has a […]

No-Salt-Added Black Beans Recalled at Walmart, HyVee, HEB, Sprouts for Metal

July 19, 2016 by


Faribault Foods, Inc. is recalling a limited number of 15 ounce No-Salt-Added Black Beans due to the potential presence of plastic and/or metal pieces within the product. This  recall covers one specific production code and was distributed under the following labels: “Best By 04 APR 2019 258F2 095 16 XXXX.” Hyvee No-Salt-Added Black Beans La […]

Alfalfa and Alfalfa Onion Sprouts Recall – Illnesses

March 1, 2016 by


State health and agriculture officials are investigating an outbreak of food borne illness. Retailers and restaurants should not sell or serve alfalfa sprouts and consumers should not eat them at this time. Routine disease monitoring by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) identified seven E. coli O157:NM cases in January and early February; E. coli […]