Alderman Farms Organic Cherry Tomatoes in one-pint clamshell packages are being recalled after a sample from a packing plant tested positive for salmonella, a disease-causing organism that may cause fatal or debilitating infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain are more typical symptoms in healthy people..
In all, just 120 one-pint containers are being recalled. It is unclear how widely they were distributed after being sold to a wholesaler in Florida on May 22.
Look for UPC number 6317195594 and carton lot 13269.
Customers can call Alderman Farms with questions by leaving a message at 561-369-2801.
For additional details from the FDA, visit fda.gov.
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