WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration last week linked a multi-state salmonella outbreak to sprouts from Tiny Greens Organic Farm, based in Urbana, Illinois. The suspect sprouts, distributed in the Midwest in four-ounce and five-pound containers, are Tiny Greens' Alfalfa Spouts and Spicy Sprouts. The Spicy Sprouts include radish, clover, and alfalfa sprouts. According to the grower's website, it produces 16 varieties of sprouts and microgreens. Government agencies have linked ...

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