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United Natural Foods recalls fresh basil after Cyclospora test

United Natural Foods Inc. is recalling packages of organic fresh basil from Colombia because it might be contaminated by Cyclospora.

Third company recalls South Korean enoki mushrooms for listeria

H&C Food Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., is the third business to recall enoki mushrooms from South Korea because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

Guan’s Mushroom recalls South Korean enoki mushrooms

Guan’s Mushroom Co., Commerce, Calif., is calling all cases of 7.05-ounce packs of enoki mushrooms from South Korea because of possible Listeria Monocytogenes contamination.

FDA traces clover sprouts in E. coli cases to common seed source

Clover sprouts from Jimmy John’s restaurants and a Chicago grower that have been linked to an E. coli outbreak came from a common seed lot.

Chicago Indoor Garden recalls red clover sprouts products

Chicago Indoor Garden is recalling all of its products containing red clover sprouts, after the Food and Drug Administration advised consumers to avoid them.

Pero Family Farms recalls vegetable noodle kit due to allergens

Pero Family Farms Food Co. LLC., Delray Beach, Fla., has recalled a zucchini noodle product because it did not list egg and milk, which are classified as allergens, on the label.

Four listeria deaths over three years traced to enoki mushrooms

Enoki mushrooms from South Korea have been recalled and investigators are linking them to a multi-year outbreak of Listeria Monocytogenes that has killed four people.

Dole recalls H-E-B Tuscan Herb salad kit due to possible allergens

Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc. is recalling H-E-B brand Tuscan Herb Salad Kits shipped to stores in Texas because of possible undeclared allergens.

FMI targets safety of leafy greens in 2020

FMI, recently rebranded as The Food Industry Association, recently released food safety priorities for the year, singling out leafy greens as one of four main focuses.

Survey shows influence of outbreaks, recalls on consumers

Fifty-six percent of U.S. shoppers are more concerned about food safety than they were a year ago, according to a survey from British consulting firm Lloyd’s Register.