(UPDATED COVERAGE 5:12 p.m.) A Florida grower says the Food and Drug Administration is mandating a recall of curly parsley five weeks after it was harvested — and long after its shelf life had expired — after a positive test for salmonella.
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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued a public warning April 4 regarding possible cryptosporidium contamination of fresh parsley sold at one grocery store in Saskatchewan.More Packer Stories for Parsley
Market Scope - Parsley — F.o.b.s as of July 21
CENTRAL COAST, CALIF. — Shipments (4-5-5) — Movement expected about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices plain lower, curly slightly lower. Cartons bunched 60s curly mostly $12-13.45, plain mostly $11.25-12.50. Quality variable.
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