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Produce Recalls As OF
May 20, 2014

Midwest Foods Recalls: None

Industry Recalls:

• WhiteWave Foods is voluntarily recalling half gallon containers of Silk Light Original Soymilk because they may contain undeclared almondmilk.

Midwest Foods is not associated with this recall.

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Exotic Produce

Dragonfruit

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.

Fuyu-Persimmon

Like its cousin the tomato, the fuyu persimmon is technically a berry. This berry is not only juicy and delicious but a great source of fiber and vitamin A.

Rambutan

Known as the hairy lychee, this Asian fruit has a high concentration of vitamin C to better absorb iron and copper-two minerals that help your body produce red blood cells.

Kohlrabi

A relative of wild cabbage, this unique-looking vegetable has been hailed as one of the 150 healthiest foods on Earth. Pretty much everything on this plant is edible. Fry up the root for some kohlrabi fries, toss the leaves in a salad, or chomp on the crisp, juicy stems for a low-calorie snack.

Romanesco

This mesmerizing vegetable is actually an exotic variant of the cauliflower. If you're feeling tripped out while looking at it, that's because it is a natural approximation of a fractal. In fact, the spirals on the head of romanesco follow the Fibonacci pattern — so toss one into your next stir-fry. Romanesco is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, fiber, and carotenoids.

Yardlong

Misleadingly named after their length (they rarely grow much longer than half a yard, truth be told), these green bean pods native to Southeast Asia are the perfect complement to any stir-fry. They are a great source of fiber and vitamins C and A.