Frozen corn recalled In 15 states

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The FDA has issued a recall of frozen cut corn, because a package sampled from a retail store tested positive for Listeria.

The recalled corn was not distributed to Colorado.

Three brands — Laura Lynn, Key Food and Better Valu — are included in the recall. They were produced by Cambridge Farms LLC of Lancaster, PA, who has now stopped production and distribution of the vegetable.

The recalled corn was distributed to 15 states: North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland and Florida.

For details on which packages are being recalled, visit the FDA website here.

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