USA: Georgia Ag Commissioner issues sulfite warning for Mushroom-Tomato Pasta Blend
A Pennsylvania company is recalling a mix of mushroom and dried tomatoes because the tomatoes contain high levels of sulfites, Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin has announced. Phillips Mushroom Farms of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, is recalling Dried Wild Pasta Blend Mushroom, Containing Sun Dried Tomatoes. The product comes in a 3-ounce clear plastic package and is sold under Phillips Mushroom Farms, Elite and Southmill Mushroom Sales, Inc. labels. It was distributed nationwide.
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