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This past summer has seen recalls of Valencia oranges and yellow onions by supermarkets due to possible salmonella and listeria, respectively. Lettuce, packaged salad and other items have also been the subject of recalls in 2020.

How retailers can bounce back from a produce recall

A quick response and communication with customers can win back shoppers' confidence

In August, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recalled bags of peaches linked to a salmonella outbreak in 12 states, which was found in peaches sold at retailers including Aldi, Walmart and Wegmans.

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