Hummus, Walnuts Linked To E. Coli Outbreak

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  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported seven confirmed and three likely cases of E. coli infection linked to raw clover sprouts.

    According to CNN.com:

    The patients are all in either Idaho or Washington. Half the people who have fallen ill have been hospitalized.

    Preliminary investigations indicate the likely source of this outbreak are raw clover sprouts produced by Evergreen Fresh Sprouts LLC of Idaho, the CDC said. The state departments of health in Washington and Idaho are telling consumers not to eat raw clover sprouts produced by Evergreen Fresh Sprouts.

    Meanwhile, hummus and dip products totaling about 14,860 pounds are being voluntarily recalled by Lansal Inc. amid concerns about possible bacterial contamination.

    At the same time, Sherman Produce is recalling some bulk and packaged walnuts sold to retailers in Missouri and Illinois.

    Although both recalls are precautionary, the companies urge those who have purchased the recall products should not be eaten. Options are to throw them out or return for a refund.

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