September 21, 2023

Mooo Bars Recall

February 2017 Breaking News: MOOO Restaurant in the XV Beacon Hotel in Boston Possible Source of Salmonella Outbreak

The law firm Pritzker Hageman is representing a man who was diagnosed with a Salmonella infection after eating at the MOOO…. (ellipses are part of the name) restaurant located in the XV Beacon Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. This outbreak is not connected to the Target recall of Mooo Bars, but search engines are sending people with questions about this outbreak to this article. We thought it best to provide information about the MOOO…. Restaurant outbreak here.

Target Recall (Not Related to the Outbreak Discussed Above)

Target is recalling Blue Bell No Sugar Added Mooo Bars for potential Listeria contamination. The recall stems from a Listeria outbreak linked to single serving ice cream products made on a production line at Blue Bell’s Brenham facility.Blue Bell Listeria Recall

Five people who were patients at Via Christi hospital in Wichita between January 2014 and January 2015 contracted listeriosis from contaminated Blue Bell ice cream they were served while hospitalized for unrelated illnesses.  Three of them died.

Lab tests have established that the rare Listeria strains cultured from the five Via Christi patients match those found in Blue Bell ice cream products made on one production line at Blue Bell’s Brenham facility.

The company’s CEO says the machine is no longer in use and products  affected, many of which were sold to food service operations, have been withdrawn from the market.

The recalled products are: Chocolate Chip Country Cookie SKU # 196, Great Divide Bar SKU #108, Sour Pop Green Apple Bar SKU #221, Cotton Candy Bar SKU #216, Scoops SKU #117, Vanilla Stick Slices SKU #964, Almond Bars SKU #156, 6 pack Cotton Candy Bars SKU #245, 6 pack Sour Pop Green Apple Bars SKU #249, and 12 pack No Sugar Added Mooo Bars* SKU #343. Consumers who have any of these products in their freezers should not eat them as Listeria can cause serious illness an death.

Symptoms of a Listeria infection can take as long as 70 days after exposure to develop. They include gastrointestinal problems followed by fever, severe headache, stiff neck, loss of balance and confusion. Complications of listeriosis include seizures, spinal injury, Listeria meningitis, brain damage and death.

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