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Trader Joe's pasta salad recalled amid salmonella fears


http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/.a/6a00d8341c630a53ef0133f4fedafa970b-piBad salad: Pasta salad sold at Trader Joe's is being recalled because of a possible salmonella threat, according to KTLA. "APPA Fine Foods is recalling 12 oz. packages of its 'Spicy Thai Style Pasta Salad' produced from October 25 through 29, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service. The packages have the establishment number "P-21030" in the USDA Mark of Inspection and a "use by" date of Oct. 31 or Nov. 1-6, 2010."

Changes at Ports O' Call: Four buildings at the San Pedro venue are going to be demolished, according to the Daily Breeze: "Shopkeepers affected by the demolition will be moved to other areas of Ports O'Call Village, port officials said. New landscaping and walkway repairs are planned for the area sometime after the buildings are removed."

Traffic tragedy: The death of 12-year-old Emely Aleman, above, prompts calls for a traffic light in North Hollywood. (Daily News).

Football dreams: Some smart analysis from Mark Lacter on the latest NFL stadium proposal in downtown. Lacter also examines why so few people in California get food stamps.

Cooley takes lead: In the tight race for attorney general, Steve Cooley now leads Kamala Harris by 22,800 votes. Still too close to call.

Postmortem: L.A. Weekly's Dennis Romero assesses what killed Prop. 19.

Tough job: A Hollywood photographer says he went 40 days without sleep. (LAist)

-- Shelby Grad

Photo: Emely Aleman. Credit: KTLA News

 

 
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