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Action on mushroom recall spoke loudly, but words would have helped, too

BJ’s Wholesale Club showed extreme caution when it learned that some of its store-brand mushrooms might be contaminated with E. coli.

Without waiting for either government order or confirmation of preliminary test results, BJ’s quickly pulled the mushrooms from its shelves Monday, protecting customers from possible harm.

The company had not received any reports of illness.

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