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Listeria in organic dried fruit?

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#1 MichaelFinch



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Posted 09 August 2018 - 09:38 AM

Is there a significant risk of listeria in organic dried fruit? To a point where a pregnant woman should avoid it? Since no preservatives are used in the organic drying process, I was wondering about listeria and other bacteria. The fruit I tend to eat is dried mango, which is quite dry and leathery (as opposed to sultanas, which are more moist and might contain more bacterias).


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