Salad-lovers, beware of bacterial contamination! This time, it's not in lettuce. It's in alfalfa sprouts.
Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys are warning salad-lovers, food enthusiasts and sandwich connoisseurs to avoid the contaminated alfalfa sprout.
The alfalfa recall comes at the heels of a lettuce recall affecting lettuce sold to salad bars. The new recall not only affects restaurants and salad bars but also packaged alfalfa sprouts sold at Walmart and Trader Joes. The alfalfa sprouts are packaged and sold by Caldwell Fresh Foods Inc., a California based company. The recall was announced on Friday and was based on the concerns over bacterial contamination and possible Salmonella.