WASHINGTON A salmonella contamination problem at a facility making a popular flavor enhancer for a wide range of foods could lead to the recall of a large number of products, but it is too early to know the extent of such pullbacks, U.S. Food & Drug Administration officials said Thursday. No illnesses have been tied to products associated with the contamination problem, stressed federal officials, who added that at this time they believe the risk to consumers is “very low.” ...

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