Possible listeria issues are behind the recall of several popular fruits.
Burch Farms has recalled all fruits it grew this year because of a possible listeria contamination.
The recall includes Cantaloupe and Honeydew melons.
The melons were sold in 18 states, including Maryland.
You can identify the fruit in question by stickers that say either Burch Farms or Cottle Strawberry on them.
The FDA says at this point that it’s not known if anyone has gotten sick from eating the fruit.
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