More than 100 vegetable products recalled over listeria concerns

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More than 100 vegetable products, including some varieties at Trader Joe’s, have been recalled because of potential listeria concerns.

A notification was issued by the FDA for possible contamination of listeria bacteria called monocytogenes.
The products have a sell-by date of Nov. 16, and include some varieties of Mann's, HEB, Del Monte, and Trader Joe's products.

According to the FDA, so far, there are no reports of illnesses.

An estimated 1,600 people are infected by listeriosis every year.

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