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Spinach recalled in 39 states due to E. Coli scare
Taylor Farms Retail Inc. has voluntarily recalled several spinach products because of possible Enterohemorrhagic E. coli (EHEC) contamination.
E.coli detected in spinach in New York
A total of 28 people have been infected with bacteria linked with an organic spinach and spring mix blend. The infections have been reported from five states, with most cases in New York.
Kroger recalls bags of spinach in 15 states
Yesterday an announcement was issued that grocery store Kroger is recalling bags of fresh spinach in 15 states due to potential contamination of Listeria.
Study: Spinach enhances muscle strength
Fans of Popeye will be delighted to learn that a new study published on June 25 shows that spinach does indeed make one stronger.
Ippolito International, LP Voluntarily Recalls Bunch Spinach
Ippolito International, LP of Salinas, California is voluntarily recalling 1,715 cartons of bunched spinach, because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
Kleen-Pak Recalls Spinach Because Of Possible Health Risk
KLEEN-PAK FOODS of Milwaukee Wisconsin is recalling its 10 ounce and 1 pound packages of fresh spinach because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
The FDA Has Approved Radiation Treatments For Lettuce And Spinach
Like to eat in the garden? The FDA recently approved radiation treatment for some basic salad fixins as a means to help reduce the number of disease-causing bacteria. This will also increase the amount of time they can be stored without spoiling.
Spinach Recalled for Salmonella Contamination
In a reminder of 2006 events, a recall has been issued for fresh spinach. Metz Fresh Food has recalled 10 and 16 oz bags as well as four pound cartons. No illnesses have yet been reported.
Tossing Leafy Salad Could Still Be Unsafe
Is bagged salad safe? When an FDA expert on E. coli was asked that question recently, he said “No I don’t believe it is.” Should veggie lovers still be worried by sickly greens?
E. Coli on Calif. Ranch Matches Outbreak Strain
Investigators have matched E. coli found in a stream and in a wild pig on a California ranch to the strain of bacteria that caused last month's deadly spinach-borne outbreak.
3rd Death Confirmed From Spinach
3rd death linked to E. coli outbreak from tainted spinach
FBI Investigates Spinach Companies
The FBI searched two produce companies Wednesday for evidence of a crime in the nationwide E. coli outbreak that killed one person and sickened at least 191 others.
yet another E. coli recall
Forget what popeye said, Spinach does not "make you strong to the finach"!
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