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Recall veggie tray

Among the vegetable products recalled by Mann's Packing Co. Inc., are veggie trays, including this one from Mann's.

Recalls in the last week include one from Sunday regarding vegetable products and listeria.

Mann Packing Co. Inc. is recalling some of its vegetable products sold to retailers in the U.S. and Canada after a notification from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency of a potential contamination with listeria monocytogenes.

Public health officials have not reported any illnesses associated with the products.

Mann’s recalled products have a Best if Enjoyed By date of Oct. 11 to Nov. 16. Products include Del Monte’s Better Break Green Chili and Summer Corn, HEB cauliflower florets and green beans, Hungryroot’s cauliflower rice and shaved brussels sprouts, Kroger Organic’s green beans, Mann’s broccoli slaw and kale beet blend, Marketside’s California stir fry and vegetable medley, O Organic’s vegetable tray, Signature Farms’ vegetable and hummus tray and Trader Joe’s Caulilini florets.

For a full list of affected Mann’s products and UPC codes, check out a link on FDA’s website at www.fda.gov. Consumers with these products should dispose of them. For more information, consumers can call Mann’s 24-hour customer service line at 1-844-927-0707.

Recall Nestle

Nestle is recalling a number of its Toll House products due to the presence of rubber pieces.

The FDA also announced last week that Nestle is recalling its ready-to-bake, refrigerated Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough products due to the presence of rubber pieces.

The recall only covers specific batches of products, including the cookie dough bars, tubs and tube-shaped “chubs.” Products not affected are Nestle’s ice cream sandwiches and edible cookie dough. Batch codes begin with 9189 through 9295.

For a list of products, including sugar cookie dough, chocolate chip lovers club tub and white chocolate macadamia nut, as well as M&M’s Everyday cookie dough and holiday cookie dough, check the FDA’s website.

Nestle said it has identified the source of the rubber and has fixed the issue. The company said it has not received reports of illnesses or injuries that required medical treatment.

Those who purchased the product should retain their proof of purchase and contact Nestle Consumer Services at nestleproductinquiry@casupport.com. For questions, call 1-800-681-1676.

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Recall King Arthur Flour

King Arthur Flour Inc. is recalling its unbleached all-purpose flour due to the presence of E. coli.

King Arthur Flour announced expanded lot numbers in relation to a flour recall in early October.

The additional lot codes affected by a flour recall over E. coli concerns include L18A09A and L18A09C with best used by date of Dec. 9, 2019, and lot code A1908A for best used by date of Jan. 8, 2020.

The new expanded recall comes after notification from ADM Milling Co., regarding the lots that were previously omitted from original data sent on Oct. 3.

King Arthur Flour has not received any confirmed reports of illnesses to date. Consumers should throw away the flour and submit a claim for a refund or replacement at kingarthurflour.com/voluntaryrecall, or by calling the company’s hotline at 866-797-9178.

Recall raspberries

Wawona Frozen Foods is recalling frozen raspberries and berry mixes with raspberries due to concerns of hepatitis A contamination.

Berry products sold at Aldi’s is being recalled over concerns they may be contaminated with hepatitis A.

Wawona Frozen Food is recalling packages of frozen raspberries and frozen berry mixes containing raspberries that were sold at Aldi grocery stores, as well as frozen raspberries sold at Raley’s Family of Fine Stores. The frozen berries were placed under the Aldi and Raley’s private labels. Wawona is recalling the products over a positive hepatitis test result that was taken as part of a government sampling program.

There have been no illnesses associated with the recall. Hepatitis A can cause liver disease and can range in severity from a mild illness lasting a few weeks to a severe illness lasting several months. In rare cases, infections can progress to liver failure. Illnesses usually occur within 15 to 50 days after eating or drinking contaminated products, according the FDA.

The recalled frozen berry products were sold in 12-ounce bags. For best by dates and UPC codes, check out the FDA’s website.

Consumers should discard the product or return it to the place of purchase for a refund. Aldi customers with questions can contact Wawona Frozen Foods at 866-913-0667.

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