Cucumbers shipped to 14 states recalled over Salmonella concerns

I’m sorry for any potential concerns you may have. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) often issues recalls on various food items if there is a potential foodborne illness risk like Salmonella. If you’ve recently purchased cucumbers, it’s essential to check whether they are part of the recall. You can usually do this by checking the FDA’s official website for more detailed information about the specific supplier or brand, product details, and what actions you should take if you have the recalled product.

If you happen to have any of the recalled cucumbers, you should not consume them. Instead, you should either throw them away or return them to the place of purchase. Additionally, it’s also important to clean and sanitize any surfaces or containers that may have come into contact with the recalled product to prevent cross-contamination.

To prevent salmonella infection, ensure that you wash fresh fruits and vegetables under running water just before eating, cutting, or cooking. Avoid consuming foods that may be contaminated, cook all poultry, ground beef, and eggs thoroughly, don’t drink unpasteurized milk or juices, and always wash hands, kitchen surfaces, and utensils with soap and water immediately after they have been in contact with raw meat or poultry.

Please note that the details of the recall (such as the states involved, the specific brands, sell-by dates, etc.) might vary, so it’s best to refer to the specific information from the FDA or your local health department. Be sure

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