December 28th, 2010
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A Texas produce distributor has recalled nearly 7,000 cases of cilantro and curly parsley after samples in Quebec, Canada, and Michigan tested positive for salmonella, the company said Monday.

The latest recall comes days after dozens of people fell sick after consuming bacteria-tainted alfalfa sprouts in an apparently unrelated situation.

The "precautionary, voluntary recall" announced Monday pertains to cilantro and parsley from J&D Produce, Inc., packed between November 30 and December 6, the Edinburg, Texas-based company said in a statement. Cilantro and parsley processed and branded as Little Bear between those dates can be taken to retailers for a full refund.

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  2. Evil Grin

    Ah man, I just bought some. Now I have to go home and see if it's part of the recall.

    December 28, 2010 at 8:47 am |
    • Dave the 1st@EG

      Yes, it is.
      Payback for the green tupperware the other day.
      WHA, HA, HA!!!

      December 28, 2010 at 10:03 am |
  3. Queen of Everything

    First al Queda targets my croutons and now cilantro and parsley are potential WMD's...what is the world coming to?

    December 28, 2010 at 8:18 am |
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