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Updated: Additional Package Codes Of Watts Brothers Farms Organic Mixed Vegetables, Organic Super Sweet Corn, and Organic Peas Recalled Because of Possible Health Risk

CHICAGO — ConAgra Foods is voluntarily recalling additional package codes of Watts Brothers Farms Organic Mixed Vegetables, Organic Super Sweet Corn (Yellow/Gold), and Organic Peas due to the potential for these products to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. These products were first recalled on May 5, 2016 and have not been available for purchase since this date. As part of ConAgra’s internal recall follow-up procedures, additional package codes were recently identified. Listeria monocytogenes is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women. There have been no confirmed illnesses to date from the products listed below. The products covered by this recall were distributed in the U.S. and sold at Costco. A complete list of impacted products is included below with the new additional package codes listed in bold. No other ConAgra Foods or Watts Brothers retail branded products are impacted by this recall. For full details on the original recall, click here. Watts Brothers Farms…

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Know your ingredients with All My Food Facts app: Mutti Parma Tomato Puree Passata

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Nutritionists and other health experts advice us to eat a hefty serving of fresh fruits and vegetables every day. While produce contains the most nutritional value during its harvest season, there are certain fruits and vegetables, which are packed immediately after they are harvested, that seal in beneficial compounds. As a matter of fact, some produce may even contain higher levels of key vitamins and nutrients than fresh varieties, and tomatoes are a great example.  Dietitian and Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokeswoman, Marisa Moore, says that canned tomatoes have higher amounts of lycopene than fresh tomatoes. Lycopene is a flavonoid antioxidant, and a unique phytochemical compound. Lycopene may help protect the  body from harmful oxygen-free radicals, as well as the skin from ultraviolet (UV) rays, offering defense against cancer. For this week’s Know your ingredients with All My Food Facts app, we took a look at Mutti Parma Tomato Puree Passata and here’s how it fares on the FoodFacts.com health score.   Note: The product information shown above is only a general overview of Mutti Parma Tomato Puree Passata. Sign up on our website for personalized specifications on which products are good for you and which you should avoid…

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