USA: Georgia Department of Agriculture warns of possible listeria contamination; 'Cool Fruit' salad voluntarily being pulled
Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin has announced that a Georgia company is voluntarily recalling a type of fruit salad because of possible contamination with a bacteria that can potentially cause disease. The Salad Factory of 1576 Atlanta Road, Marietta, is voluntarily recalling packages of its ``Cool Fruit'' salad because it could possibly be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The salad contains cantaloupe, honeydew and grapes. It is packaged in 10 ounce and 16 ounce plastic containers and is sold in grocery stores. The lot affected by this recall was distributed only to Winn-Dixie stores according to The Salad Factory.
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