BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Tops Friendly Markets has recalled a broccoli salad that may contain a contaminated product.
Customers who purchased the item received a robo-call from the grocery chain to inform them of the recall, which was issued due to possible listera contamination. The salads contained sunflower seeds from Lipari, which recalled a number of products after a "seed bucket" tested positive for the bacteria.
Tops then issued a recall on the broccoli salad "out of an abundance of caution." The grocery chain is examining other items they offer to see if any Lipari products were used.
So far it does not appear any Tops customers have been sickened.
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