WASHINGTON As predicted by federal officials, food processor recalls are starting to mount in the case of a flavor enhancer that may be contaminated with salmonella, including three in the foodservice space since March 8. Consumer products sold in grocery and specialty stores, online and even in doctor’s offices are behind the lion’s share of recalls by more than two dozen firms. The recalls began in February and are associated with the discovery of a salmonella contamination ...

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