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Fri November 15, 2013
Crunch Pak Recalls Apple Slices Due to Listeria Concerns
Washington company Crunch Pak has issued a nationwide voluntary recall of packaged apple slices due to listeria concerns.
The Cashmere, Wash.-based company recalled six of its products Thursday after a single random sample tested positive for listeria in a test conducted by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. No illnesses have been reported, the company said.
Customers with questions can contact Crunch Pak on its website or by calling 509-888-7648 during business hours.
Listeria can cause abdominal pain, high fever, and miscarriages. It can prove fatal in those with a weakened immune system.