Thumb Oilseed Producers’ Cooperative has reportedly recalled nearly 400 tons of soybean flour and soy meal used in human food and animal feed due to possible Salmonella contamination. According to a press release posted on the Food and Drug Administration’s Website, “[t]he recalled soybean flour and meal was distributed to a limited group of wholesale customers” in Canada, Illinois, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Wisconsin between November 2010 and September 2011. While no illnesses have apparently been linked to the potentially contaminated products, “[t]he recall resulted from routine sampling conducted by the company and US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) which revealed the bacteria in finished product and the manufacturing environment.” See Thumb Oilseed Press Release, October 4, 2011.