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Recall: Melons

The FDA is recalling melons from a North Carolina farm.  The melons were sold to distributors in a number of states including Pennsylvania.
Burch Farms of North Carolina is recalling every cantaloupe and honeydew it has grown this year.
    The Food and Drug Administration says it found listeria on one of the company's melons.
    The melons were sold to distributors in 18 states, including Pennsylvania.
    The cantaloupes have stickers that say either "Burch Farms" or "Cottle Strawberry."
    The honeydew melons have no stickers.
    If you buy a melon... You are advised to ask at the store if they are from Burch Farms.

FDA Statement has released this statement on the melons:
"The cantaloupes and honeydew melons involved in this expanded recall were sold to distributors in the states of Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, Vermont and West Virginia, who may have further distributed them to other states."
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