December 2, 2023

Sienna Chocolate Decadent Brownies Recalled For Peanuts

Sienna Chocolate Decadent Brownies are being recalled because they can contain peanuts, one of the nine major food allergens, that is not declared on the label as required. Anyone who is sensitive to or allergic to peanuts could have a serious or life-threatening reaction if they eat this product. No adverse reactions or illnesses have been reported to the company to date in connection with the consumption of this product. The recalling firm is Dianne's Fine Desserts of Newburyport, Massachusetts. The brownies were sold nationwide to foodservice operators and through retail Gordon Food Service (GFS) stores in these states: Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. The … [Read more...]

Pacific Trellis Fruit Recalls Malichita Cantaloupe For Salmonella

Pacific Trellis Fruit is recalling Malichita cantaloupes for possible Salmonella contamination. This recall is in addition to the recalls by Trufresh, CF Dallas, Ruby brand cantaloupe, Z Farms, and Vinyard brand items. There is a deadly Salmonella outbreak linked to Malichita brand cantaloupes, which were imported from Mexico, that has sickened at least 99 people and killed two people who lived in Minnesota. The case count by state is: Arkansas (1), Arizona (7), California (1), Colorado (2), Georgia (3), Iowa (5), Illinois (4), Indiana (2), Kentucky (5), Massachusetts (1), Maryland (1), Michigan (1), Minnesota (13), Missouri (9), Mississippi (1), North Carolina (2), Nebraska (4), New Jersey (1), Nevada (2), New York (1), Ohio (8), Oklahoma (1), Oregon (1), Pennsylvania (1), Rhode … [Read more...]

FDA Lists Stores Where Listeria Contaminated Peaches Were Sold

The FDA has listed the stores where possibly Listeria contaminated peaches by HMC Farms and Signature Farms were sold. There is a Listeria monocytogenes outbreak linked to some of these products, with at least 11 sick and one death in seven states. Ill persons live in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, and Ohio. The recalled, conventionally grown peaches, plums, and nectarines were sold at the retail level from May 1, 2022 through November 15, 2022 and from May 1, 2023 through November 15, 2023. While these fruits are no longer available for sale, some people most likely froze them for later use. Listeria monocytogenes bacteria are not destroyed by freezing temperatures, so these frozen fruits are not safe to eat. The individual pieces of fruit have PLU … [Read more...]

Crown Jewels Recalls Malichita and Z Farms Cantaloupe

Crown Jewels is recalling Malichita and Z Farms cantaloupe brands for possible Salmonella contamination. This recall is in relation to the deadly Salmonella Sundsvall outbreak that has sickened at least 99 people in 32 states. The recalling firm is Jewel Manufacturing and Agribusiness LLC doing business as Crown Jewels Product of Fresno, California. All sizes of 1960 boxes of Malichita and Z Farms cantaloupe are included in this recall. They were sold between October 31, 2023 and November 9, 2023. The fruit was sold in Ohio and California through retail and wholesale outlets. The cantaloupes are packaged in boxes with a "wood-like" cardboard carton. The labels are Malichita/Z Farms. The price lookup sticker on the individual fruit is labeled Malichita with the number 4050. The … [Read more...]

Trufresh Expands Cantaloupe Salmonella Recall to Include Rudy

Trufresh has expanded their cantaloupe recall for possible Salmonella contamination to include the Rudy brand, and all Malichita brands. There is a deadly Salmonella outbreak linked to these cantaloupes that has sickened at least 99 people in 32 states. The recalling firm is Sofia Produce of Nogales, Arizona, doing business as Trufresh. The cantaloupe are packed in cardboard containers labeled with the Malichita and Rudy brand names. The cantaloupes were sold between October 10, 2023 and November 3, 2023. They were imported from Mexico. The fruit was sold directly to retail outlets in these states: Arizona, California. Connecticut, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Texas, and Florida. … [Read more...]

FDA Warns Restaurants Seaview Fisheries Oysters May Be Unsafe

The FDA is warning restaurants and retailers that Seaview Fisheries Oysters may be unsafe because they were illegally harvested in Connecticut. The oysters were sold in these states: Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Texas. On November 17, 2023, the Connecticut Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Aquaculture, told the FDA about these illegally harvested oysters. The oysters are labeled as lots L466B and 466A. They were illegally harvested from the Milford Approved Area in Connecticut on November 12, 2023 and November 15, 2023. If you have any of these oysters, or took some home from a restaurant, discard them. The oysters can be identified by the dealer tag with the original shipper. The tag reads Seaview Fisheries LLC, … [Read more...]

Store Thanksgiving Leftovers Safely to Stay Healthy

After the holidays, one of the best things is having lots of great leftovers to eat. But you need to store Thanksgiving leftovers safely to stay healthy. Here are some rules to follow from Food Food safety starts as soon as you take the food out of the oven or the refrigerator to serve it. Make sure that all perishable foods, which include meats, cheeses, cut fruits and vegetables, and casseroles, are put into the fridge or freezer within two hours. That time period shrinks to one hour if the ambient air temperature is above 90°F. Divide the food into smaller portions so it cools quickly. A whole turkey or a large casserole will take too long to cool down, meaning it can stay in the danger zone of 40°F to 140°F too long. In that temperature range, pathogenic bacteria … [Read more...]

O’Ya hoho Enoki Mushrooms Recalled in Canada For Listeria

O'Ya hoho Enoki Mushrooms are being recalled in Canada for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. No illnesses have been reported to the company to date in connection with the consumption of this item. The recalling firm is 1728435 Ontario Inc. The mushrooms were sold in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec at the retail level. The recalled product is O'Ya hoho Enoki Mushrooms that are packaged in 200 gram clear plastic bags. The bag is clear and green and has characters on it, and the printing is in Japanese. The UPC number that is stamped on the product label is 8 57588 00245 8, and the code on the package is 022640. This recall was triggered by Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) test results. The government is launching a food safety investigation, which may trigger … [Read more...]

Freshness Guaranteed Fruit Recalled For Possible Salmonella

Freshness Guaranteed fruit and RaceTrac fruit are being recalled in relation to the Salmonella outbreak linked to Trufresh Malichita cantaloupe that has sickened at least 43 people in 15 states. These products were made from whole cantaloupe distributed by that company. No illnesses connected to these specific products have been reported to the company as of November 22, 2023. The recalling firm is CF Dallas. All CF Dallas fresh cut fruit products associated with this cantaloupe recall have expired, but consumers may have bought them and froze them for later use. If you did freeze some of this fruit, discard it. These products were distributed at the retail level in these states: Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Illinois, Texas, and Louisiana. … [Read more...]

Salmonella Newport Outbreak on FDA CORE Outbreak Table

There is a new Salmonella Newport outbreak on the FDA's CORE Outbreak Investigation Table. It joins the Salmonella Sundsvall outbreak linked to cantaloupe, the Listeria monocytogenes outbreak linked to peaches, plums, and nectarines, and the elevated lead poisoning cases linked to recalled WanaBana fruit purees. There are also two mystery E. coli outbreaks, and the Salmonella Thompson outbreak linked to recalled Gills onions. For the new Salmonella Newport outbreak, 40 people are ill. Traceback has been initiated. We do not know where the 40 patients live, illness onset dates, the patient age range, or whether or not anyone has been hospitalized. For the Salmonella Sundsvall outbreak linked to recalled cantaloupe, there are 43 people sick in 15 states. Seventeen people have been … [Read more...]

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