BALTIMORE - A farm in California is voluntarily recalling their crop after traces of listeria were discovered.
One bag of lettuce from the farm tested positive for listeria.
The company says the lettuce was grown on a Watsonville Farm.
True Leaf Farms is recalling roughly 2,300 cases of the chopped lettuce. The True Leaf’s CEO says extensive food safety measures are already in place.
This latest food recall comes on the heals of that major cantaloupe recall , but so far no illnesses have been reported due to tainted lettuce.
Is your kitchen safe? See what a health inspectors look for by reading this story .
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