Stores are recalling sunflower seeds because they may be contaminated with listeria, NBC News reported.
SunOpta, a Minnesota supplier, said a spot check indicated some of the seeds may be contaminated. There have been no reports of illness.
The recall includes snacks and salad toppers sold by the Kroger chain in 28 states as well as Pittsburgh-based chain Gold Eagle. The recall also includes some Planter’s brand products.
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The full list is available on the Food and Drug Administration’s website.