Leasa Living Alfalfa Sprouts Recalled Due to Salmonella Contamination

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According to news sources, a recall has been issued for about 346 cases of Leasa Living Alfalfa Sprouts after a routine sampling confirmed a Salmonella contamination of the product.

The company, Leasa Industries, announced the recall in cooperation with the Food and Drug Administration after a potential Salmonella contamination was found during a routine customer sample test of the product. The recalled product has a UPC code 75465-55912 and an expiration date of February 1, 2012. The UPC code can reportedly be located on a label placed on the side of the container.

There have been no illnesses reported to date.

Consumers with the recalled alfalfa products should stop using them immediately and contact the company directly at 800-362-7669 for additional information regarding the recalled product.

I urge you to be mindful of threats from food-borne bacteria. If you have purchased a product that has been identified as a potential risk, return it to your place of purchase and contact the distribution company. If you’ve consumed a contaminated product and are experiencing symptoms, I encourage you to seek medical attention. If you’ve been seriously injured by eating food product, I urge you to contact a personal injury attorney San Bernardino to learn about your legal options.