Recalls and Field Corrections Clover Sprouts Recalled 1999
Recalls and Field Corrections: Foods – Class I
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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July 14, 1999
“Sunshine Sprouts” Clover Sprouts Recalled
West Palm Beach, FL (SafetyAlerts) – The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today reported that Sunshine Sprouts is recalling Peony Mark brand “Sunshine Sprouts” Clover Sprouts, in 4-6 ounce cardboard containers, because the sprouts may have been contaminated with Salmonella s. Typhimurium.
The seeds used to manufacture these sprouts were from the same lot of seeds that was implicated in a Salmonella s. Typhimurium outbreak in Colorado.
Sunshine Sprouts (sprout grower), West Palm Beach, Florida.
Manufacturer, by letter sent on June 7, 1999, and by telephone June 8, 1999, and by press release. Firm-initiated recall complete.
Firm estimates none remains on the market.