Unilever recalls US products because of listeria contamination


Food producer Unilever is recalling products in the United States because of a possible infection with the listeria bacteria. It concerns products such as chicken broth and soup from the Lipton, Knorr and LeGoût brands.

The recall is the result of a similar promotion from a Unilever follow-on supplier. The company warned authorities about possible listeria. There are no known cases of disease so far.

According to Unilever, this concerns a limited number of products that may be contaminated. There are no known cases of disease so far.

By: Lesley Woutersen

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