California firm recalls spinach after salmonella found

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September 21, 2009

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SALINAS, Calif. – A California distributor is recalling two brands of bunched spinach after routine testing detected salmonella.

The California Department of Public Health says Ippolito International, of Salinas, is recalling 1,715 cartons of spinach harvested from Sept. 1-3, and sold to retail, foodservice and wholesale buyers.

The bulk of the cartons were packed under the “Queen Victoria” label and shipped to California, Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, and British Columbia, Ontario and Manitoba in Canada.

The recall announced Thursday also affects cartons packed under the “Tubby” label and distributed in California and New York.

No related illnesses have been reported.

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