A 20-30% chance for light showers this morning and maybe a non-severe pop up t-storm. Rain should wrap up by the afternoon.
How many recalls are there going to be on what your family eats? It seems there is no end to the food recall hysteria in the United States.
But help may be on the way. It's through a new website called Harvest Mark. Growers will designate code numbers to submit to a database on the site. Then when you go to the store and pick up fruits and veggies, you'll be able to take the code and go to this site:
Once you're there, just enter the information to find out where the fruit was grown, when it was picked and which crew picked it and packaged it.
Website managers hope it will be a way for you to better keep track of the foods you eat in case a recall is announced.
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