If you bought sliced crimini mushrooms at the store, check this recall notice before eating them.
Eight-ounce packages of Champ’s sliced crimini mushrooms sold in Washington and Oregon have been recalled by the company because of possible listeria contamination.
While there have been no reported illnesses linked to the mushrooms, people are advised not to eat them.
The affected mushroom were distributed to stores June 13 and 14, and have a shelf life of about 10 days.
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For more on the recall, check this listing from the Food and Drug Administration.