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April 22, 2011: L&M Companies Recall Cucumbers

L&M Companies, Inc., located in Raleigh, North Carolina, has recalled whole cucumbers after it was suspected that they may be contaminated with Salmonella. 

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According to the FDA, approximately 1600 cartons (one lot) of the product were distributed to wholesalers in New York (200 cartons), Florida (591 cartons), Illinois (139 cartons), Indiana (30 cartons) and Tennessee (15 cartons), and one retailer with distribution centers in Mississippi (420 cartons), Nebraska (92 cartons), Texas (2 cartons) and Wyoming (101 cartons) between March 30th and April 7th.

The recalled bulk cartons are marked Nature’s Delight and contain the Lot # PL-RID-002990 on the side of the carton.

 

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To learn about recent food poisoning outbreaks and food poisoning litigation, please see Zeppoles Salmonella Lawsuit, Jennie-O's Turkey Recall and Salmonella Hadar Cantaloupe Recall.

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