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Supplier recalls retail cilantro

August 19, 2013
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AURORA, Ill. — Health officials are informing the public that an Ohio-based grower has voluntarily recalled 465 boxes of cilantro distributed in Michigan and other Midwest states, because of possible contamination.

The product was shipped to retail stores in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio earlier this month.

Buurma Farms is recalling the cilantro, because it could be contaminated with Listeria bacteria, an organism that can cause serious illness.

Retailers

The cilantro was distributed through Meijer and Ben B Schwartz and Sons in Michigan the week of Aug. 5 and could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

The product has a Buurma Farms twist tie on it.

Complete list

The Food and Drug Administration has a list of stores that might have received the product on its website.

Customers may contact Buurma Farms at 419-935-6411 during regular business hours.

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