Minnesota recalls apple cider sold in multiple states

by Administrator 11. January 2011 08:51

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has advised customers who have purchased the Pepin Heights Orchard brand apple cider to not drink it after it was found that some of them were contaminated with the mold toxin, patulin.

The cider was sold in half-gallon and one-gallon bottles in Minnesota, Iowa, Arizona, Wisconsin, Texas and Florida. The department of agriculture is helping to inviestigate in order to find the source of the mold. Customers and retailers selling the product should discard them. 

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