TreeHouse Foods Recalls Snacks Due To Listeria Threat

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TreeHouse Foods Inc. said Tuesday it is voluntarily recalling products that may contain sunflower seeds contaminated with listeria. No illnesses have been reported so far but TreeHouse decided to recall the products out of "an abundance of caution," the company said in a press release. Among products recalled are packaged sunflower kernels, almonds, and chocolate bars for supermarket brands. The food-processing company mostly makes private-label goods. Shares of TreeHouse were flat in late trading Monday after ending the regular trading day off 2.8%

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