Federal officials are again urging consumers to check their homes for recalled tahini products that are associated with an international outbreak of Salmonella infections. Product expiration dates initially reported by the recalling company were incorrect. Some of the tahini doesn’t expire until 2021.

In the United States, five people from three states had been confirmed infected as of Nov. 28, according to an outbreak announcement posted that day by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A day earlier, on Nov. 27, Achdut Ltd., an Ari’el, Israel, food company, recalled several brands of tahini products citing potential contamination with Salmonella
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The Israeli Ministry of Health has reported almost 40 cases of Salmonella infection linked to tahini products that have also sickened five people in the United States.

The Ministry of Health found a possible connection between the Salmonella accumulation and tahini by Achdut with expiry dates April 7, 2019, through May 21, 2019.

The agency again highlighted an earlier recall and advice which told people not to consume tahini with those expiry dates of all weights and package variants that had been marketed to retail, institutional markets and restaurants.

The Ministry of Health said it was continuing an investigation into
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