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Produce Recalls As OF
March 05, 2014
Midwest Foods Recalls:
• Twin Marquis, Inc Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Milk in Specific Lots of its Cooked Noodle and Lo Mein Noodle.
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• Plum Organics Voluntarily Recalls Limited Quantity of Two Varieties of World Baby Pouch Products:
World Baby Italy-Zucchini & Spinach with Pasta Marinara with "Best By" date of 09Sep14 (Sept. 9, 2014).
World Baby Thailand-Roasted Pumpkin & Coconut Rice with "Best By" date of 10Sep14.
Plastic spouts may fracture, loosen, detach and present a choking hazard.
Midwest Foods is not associated with these recalls.
This vitamin B3-packed moonflower helps moisturize skin, while its vitamin C bolsters the immune system. Islanders call this red fruit- powerfully packed with multivitamins and dramatically adorned with green claws and sweet white pulp- the Queen of the Night.
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