September 25, 2021

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Tiger Nuts Flour Is Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination

Tiger Nuts INc. of Newburgh, New York, is recalling one batch, or 440 pounds, of Tiger Nuts Flour because it may be contaminated with Salmonella. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with the consumption of this product as of May 27, 2021, but the company has decided to recall the flour that came from the same batch. The recalled item was sold in 1 kilo boxes (2.2 pounds) at retail stores in Bend and Corvallis Oregon, one retail store in Liberty Missouri, and three online bakers. The retailers and online bakers were not named in the recall notice. The box that contains the flour is printed tan and blue, with the word "Tiger Nuts FLOUR" on the front, with a blue hand tag above. The back of the pack has the UPC number 7 00161 41013 6 and reads “Best before end: see … [Read more...]

Soaking Nuts Grains and Seeds in Cold Water Reduces Salmonella Risk

Soaking nuts grains and seeds in cold water reduces the risk of Salmonella growth, according to a new study from Oregon State University. Raw sprouts have long been considered a risky food because they are often contaminated with pathogens that can cause serious illness, and there is no "kill" step before they are eaten. These foods aren't exactly "sprouts," which are a known food safety risk, since the root doesn't emerge, but include grains, nuts, and seeds that are soaked so their hulls soften and the product swells. These products are made by soaking in room temperature water overnight. When the hulls swell, "anti nutrients" are reduced, which are compounds that reduce the human's body to absorb vitamins and minerals. These foods are then dried using low temperature and humidity … [Read more...]

NOW Real Food Raw Macadamia Nuts Recalled For Salmonella

NOW Health Group of Bloomingdale, Illinois, is recalling one lot of its NOW Real Food Raw Macadamia Nuts because it may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. No illnesses have been reported to date to the company in connection with this problem. The product was sold online and in retail stores nationwide. The recalled product is NOW Real Food Raw Macadamia Nuts  that are sold in 8 ounce pouches. The item number on the package is 7119. The lot number is 3141055. And the best by date printed on the package is 01/2021. No other NOW Real Food products are affected or involved in this recall. The company was told about the issue when routine sampling in a later lot of the finished product, which contained the same raw material used in the recalled lot, was positive for Salmonella. The … [Read more...]

Ecoideas Tigernuts Recalled For Possible Salmonella

Ecoideas is recalling Organic Skinned Tigernuts, a tuber sold as a snack food, in Canada for possible Salmonella contamination. The product was sold in Ontario and Quebec and was also sold through the Internet. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this recall. The recalled products are Ecoideas brand. They include Organic Skinned Tigernuts sold in 227 gram packages, with code 84919101 Best By 013121, and UPC number 8 75405 00284 9; and Organic Skinned Tigernuts in 454 gram packages, with codes 85619101 Best By 013121, and UPC number 8 75405 00285 6. This recall was triggered by a recall in another country. A food safety investigation is being conducted. If more products need to be recalled, this recall notice will be updated. If you purchased this product, do … [Read more...]

Salmonella Outbreak Associated With Plain Nuts Catering Over; No Source Identified, Says Lawyer

The Salmonella outbreak in Georgia that was associated with Plain Nuts Catering & Deli in Newton County has ended, with investigators not able to identify the source of the pathogenic bacteria, according to the Newton County Health Department. Those sickened ate food prepared by that facility at several private events and restaurant meals. A full investigation was conducted, including interviewing patients, analysis of a survey completed by will and well event attendees, and inspection of the catering facility. The survey results pointed to chicken as a statistically implicated source, but samples of chicken and foods containing chicken tested negative. The report points out that it's "often difficult to pinpoint specific foods as the cause of an outbreak." The latest … [Read more...]

Diamond Macadamia Nuts Recalled for Possible Salmonella

Snyder's-Lance is recalling Diamond of California Macadamia Nuts because they may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with the consumption of this product. An FDA-contracted laboratory found the bacteria in a 4 ounce package of chopped macadamia nuts. The voluntary recall is limited to multiple production codes of two products. The production code is on the front of the package. The recalled products include Diamond of California Chopped Macadamia Nuts in a 4 ounce package. The UPC number is 010300345848 and the Lot Number/Best Before Date combinations are 16137D331S/16 NOV 2017, 16138D331S/17 NOV 2017, and 16158D331S/06 DEC 2017. Also recalled is Diamond of California Macadamia Halves & Pieces in 2.25 ounce packages. The … [Read more...]

Salmonella Recall for Macadamia Nuts Sold at Whole Foods in CA, NV, OR, WA

Marin Foods Specialties Inc has issued a recall for raw macadamia nuts sold at Whole Foods stores in California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington for possible Salmonella contamination. People who have purchased these nuts should not eat them as Salmonella can cause serious illness. The product,  labeled as “Whole Foods Market Raw Macadamia Nuts,”  was packaged in 6 oz clear plastic tubs with “best by” dates ranging from  8/21/16 through 11/6/16, and a UPC code of 99948200132. Those most at risk for Salmonella infection include young children, seniors and those with weakened immune systems. Symptoms of an infection include fever, diarrhea (which may be bloody), nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. In some cases, the infection can travel to the bloodstream producing more severe illnesses … [Read more...]

Ashland Food Recalls Organic Raw Macadamia Nuts for Salmonella

Ashland Food Co-op in Ashland, Oregon is recalling Organic Raw Macadamia nuts because they may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this product. The Co-op was notified by their supplier of the bulk Organic Raw Macadamia nut recall. The Co-op sold the Organic Raw Macadamia nuts in random weight bags between January 5, 2016 and February 4, 2016. The nuts have a one month shelf life if refrigerated. They were packaged in clear cellophane bags of different weights with an AFC bulk label. If you purchased this product, do not eat it. Some consumers may have the nuts in their freezer. Throw the nuts away, even if you plan to use them in cooked recipes, in a sealed or double bagged container. Or you can return them to the … [Read more...]

E. coli and Salmonella Outbreaks from Nuts, Nut Butters and Nut Cheese

Nuts and products made from them are common sources of food poisoning as a look back at some E.coli and Salmonella outbreaks shows. Yesterday, a Salmonella outbreak linked to Wonderful brand pistachios that has sickened 11 people was announced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  A recall has been issued for pistachios sold under the brand names Wonderful, Paramount Farms, and Trader Joe’s, consumers who have purchased the recalled nuts should not eat them. In 2015, a Salmonella outbreak linked to Jem brand nut butters sickened 13 people in 10 states. A recall was issued for the products which were linked to illnesses from July 2015 to November 2015. Cases of Salmonella Paratyphi B variant L(+) tartrate(+) infection were reported from the following states … [Read more...]

Market Pantry, Hyvee and Other Brands of Macadamia Nuts Recalled for Salmonella

Marathon Ventures Inc. is recalling macadamia nuts that may contaminated with Salmonella. The recalled nut were sold under a variety of brand names including Market Pantry, Hyvee, Western Family, Shurline, Rear's Gourmet, Cash Wa Distributing and NutPro. Consumers who have purchased these nuts should not eat them as Salmonella can cause serious illness or death. At the time of the recall, no illnesses had been reported in association with these nuts. Salmonella can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, seniors and those with weakened immune systems.  Symptoms of an infection include fever, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea, which may be bloody. and  In some cases, the infection can migrate to the bloodstream and produced more severe … [Read more...]

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