Wawona Packing of California issued a voluntary recall for peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots.
The deal covers 9,000 workers at Missouri Schnucks, Shop ‘n Save and Dierbergs stores.
The tentative contract would cover more than 9,000 Local 655 members employed at the three major food chains.
Dierbergs took root in 1854, when a general merchant exchange opened on Olive Street Rd., just east of where Highway 270 crosses Olive today.
The St. Louis prosecutor’s office says witnesses reported seeing what looked like “broken-up caplets” in the soup.
He admitted to police that he was shopping at the store but denied putting anything in the soup.
The FBI is helping Manchester police find a man who poured something in a pot of soup at a Dierberg’s salad bar.
Lottery officials say winners opted for payment in 25 annual installments.
Hawkeye Food service is recalling two lots of hard-cooked egg products due to concerns the product could be tainted with listeria monocytogenes.
Special World Series champion commemoratives hit store shelves on Saturday.