Starbucks’ supplier in Alabama and Georgia Tuesday recalled 204 pounds of the brand’s “Bistro Box” food line after the dangerous Listeria monocytogenes pathogen was found in a sample of the chicken used in the products, the company said. In a written statement, Seattle-based Starbucks Corp. said the recalled foods were no longer available in its Starbucks Coffee stores and noted, “The safety of our customers and partners is of the utmost importance and we ...
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