ATLANTA — The Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention here has posted on its website specific disposal instructions for those handling cans of Castleberry’s products that have been recalled due to a risk of botulism contamination. The CDC advises that unopened cans of these products be placed in a sealable bag and wrapped with two plastic bags that should then be tightly taped closed. The bundle should be disposed of in trash that is out of reach ...

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