- A recall from Publix earlier this week over the potential for some of the grocer's products being contaminated with Listeria has expanded.
- Distributor Lancaster Foods has issued a massive recall of its butternut squash products that were sold all over the United States.
- The recall, which is also due to the possibility of the food being contaminated with Listeria bacteria, includes vegetable mixes as well as products like noodles made from the possibly harmful squash.
It was only a couple of days ago that the grocery store chain Publix announced that it was recalling a number of its own store brand steamer bags containing butternut squash. The recall was due to the possibility that the squash had been contaminated with Listeria bacteria.
Now, a distributor called Lancaster Foods LLC has issued its own recall of butternut squash products that were sold all across the United States. This recall is also linked to Listeria Monocytogenes contamination, and considering how potentially dangerous that bacterial infection can be, this is something you definitely should not ignore.
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