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Alfalfa sprouts recalled due to salmonella concerns
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Sunsprout Enterprises is voluntarily recalling two lots of raw alfalfa sprouts sold in three states due to potential contamination with salmonella.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration shared the company's announcement, saying that the lots that are packaged in four-ounce clamshells – with lot codes #4211 and 5211 – and had best-by dates between Dec. 10 and Dec. 27.
More than 800 pounds of product were distributed to five food service and grocery customers in Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa between late November and early December.
No other lot codes or products were impacted by the recall, and customers with the associated product are advised to stop using it and dispose of it immediately.