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Stone Fruit Listeria Scare Causes Sweeping Recall

July 22, 2014
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The Wawona Packing Company has issued a voluntary recall on the stone fruit it distributes due to a possible Listeria outbreak. Video provided by Newsy

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AFP (July 7, 2012) — Very popular in Brazil, the acai has invaded the US, Japan and Australia. This black berry, cultivated on the edges of the Amazon, is already known for its exceptional nutritional qualities even though lab research on the fruit is still in its early days. Nevertheless, the fruit's virtues are often overlooked in favor of financial gain.
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How to Pit a Plum: Howdini Hacks

How to Pit a Plum: Howdini Hacks

Howdini (July 9, 2014) — Removing pits from stone fruit can be a sticky endeavor and may seem like more trouble than it's worth! Lucky for you, Howdini has an easy method just in time for the summer season to remove pits using a simple slicing technique. Video provided by Howdini
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Arrests After Tainted Cantaloupe Caused Outbreak

Arrests After Tainted Cantaloupe Caused Outbreak

AP (Sep. 26, 2013) — The owners of a Colorado cantaloupe farm were arrested Thursday on charges stemming from a 2011 listeria epidemic that killed 33 people. (Sept. 26)
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Sabra Recalls Hummus After Tests Find Listeria Bacteria

Sabra Recalls Hummus After Tests Find Listeria Bacteria

Newsy (Apr. 9, 2015) — Sabra Dipping Co., is recalling some varieties of its hummus after samples tested positive for listeria. Video provided by Newsy
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