April 21, 2011: Possible Contamination of Alfalfa Sprouts

Salmonella may be a potential contaminant in Jonathans Sprouts of Rochester, MA conventional alfalfa sprouts.  This does not include organic products.  See below for a list of the items.  There is a sell by date of April 23, 2011. 

  • Jonathan’s 4oz Alfalfa Sprouts
  • Jonathan’s 4oz Alfalfa with Radish Sprouts
  • Jonathan’s 4oz Gourmet Sprouts
  • Jonathan’s 4oz Alfalfa with Dill Sprouts
  • Jonathan’s 8oz Alfalfa Sprouts

The product is sold in plastic containers, approximately 4 inches cube

  • Jonathan’s 5lb Bulk Alfalfa in waxed 18”x11” cardboard cartons – code 397


The sprouts were sold at A&P, Grand Union, Stop & Shop, Shaws, Hannaford, Donnelans, Foodmaster, Truccis and Roche Brothers stores in the following states:  New York, New England, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

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