Consumers Told Not To Eat Fresh Cilantro From Certain Stores
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is telling consumers not to eat fresh cilantro that was sold at certain stores because of possible salmonella contamination.
Routine testing found a sample of the product contaminated with salmonella.
The fresh cilantro was sold in bunches that were shipped to retailers in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan between July 26 and Aug. 6. All stores that received the cilantro have been notified to remove the product from their shelves. Only the cilantro shipped during that time frame is affected.
Here are the stores the cilantro was sold at.