Harris Teeter issues recall on two types of dried fruits
Two types of dried fruits could pose health risks to some folks.
Six ounce bags of dried apricots and eight ounce packages of dried golden raisins could contain sulfur dioxide.
People with allergies or those with asthma who may be sensitive to the additive, need to be careful.
No illnesses have been reported, so far.
The dried fruits were sold in Harris Teeter Stores starting May 1st of this year.
If you have a bag, just take it back to Harris Teeter so you can get your money back.
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