Grimmway Carrots

Possible Salmonella Contamination: Grimmway Farms Recalls Certain Carrot Products

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The voluntary recall was initiated following routine internal company testing.

Grimmway Farms has issued a voluntary recall of six types of carrot products due to concern of potential Salmonella contamination. The recall was initiated following a routine, internal company test. Thus far no illnesses have been linked to the recall.

The recalled carrot products, which include organic cut baby carrots and shredded carrots, were sold to food manufacturers and food service distributors.

 

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