Winn-Dixie has announced the recall of LEASA brand sprouts after it was found that they could possibly be contaminated with salmonella.
The voluntary recall involves the LEASA living alfalfa sprouts that are sold in 6-ounce packages in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana. All of the products were sold between Jan. 7 through Jan. 18, 2012 and they have expiration dates between February and March 2012.
Consumers who have purchased the recalled product may bring in the packaging label in order to receive a refund. Salmonella can cause illness and sometimes fatal infections for those with weakened immune systems, children and elderly.
The new terminal at the Atlanta Airport may still open on time even though legal issues have caused some delays. Officials involved with the terminal’s construction have stated that the terminal is still scheduled to open in the middle of May. The terminal has faced delays because of contract battles with restaurants and retail owners.
A judge in Fulton County stated that the companies that did not win contracts for the area can have 20 days to file protests, but officials have stated that it will not slow down the opening because lawyers will still be negotiating contracts with the winners.
The city of Atlanta runs the airport and are currently trying to line the new terminal with shops and restaurants. The judge also ordered that the city release other documents to the companies that do not win the contracts.