Area media are reporting that four dozen shuttle drivers at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival fell ill during the weekend from what is believed to be a foodborne source.
T Fresh Company of City of Industry, CA, is recalling its Yes brand enoki mushrooms because of contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.
The recalled mushrooms are packaged in 5.25-ounce and 7.5 ounce plastic packages and were…
Continue Reading Company recalls imported mushrooms after state test finds Listeria monocytogenes
Rojas Inc. of Los Angeles, CA, is recalling Lupag brand plain dried salted plums in 0.5-ounce packages because they have elevated levels of lead.
The distribution of the affected product was limited to Southern California.
Continue Reading Dried plum recalls continue; lead contamination cited as reason behind actions
At least four companies, including El Super Leon Ponchin Snacks Inc. of San Diego, CA, are recalling dried plums from China because of lead contamination.
El Super Leon Ponchin is recalling dry salted plums with…
Continue Reading Another recall of dried plums launched after state officials find lead contamination
Sun Hong is recalling all cases of its “Seafood” mushrooms — known as enoki mushrooms — imported from China that are packaged in 5.3-ounce packages because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria …
Continue Reading Another enoki mushroom recall for Listeria risk; these distributed in 5 states
California officials found Listeria monocytogenes in a package of enoki mushrooms from Korea, prompting a recall by Rainfield Marketing Group Inc. of Vernon, CA.
The company shipped the mushrooms to distributors or wholesalers who distributed…
Continue Reading Certain enoki mushrooms from Korea recalled because of Listeria test
California officials have closed some commercial shellfish farming areas while they investigate an outbreak of norovirus that has sickened at least 44 people who reported eating raw oysters from Hog Island Oysters.
PDX Aromatics of Portland,…
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Dangerously high levels of banned pesticides in edible cactus from Mexico spurred California health officials to issue a public warning today urging people to throw out the product because it could cause acute poisoning.
As seasonal rains promote the growth of wild mushrooms, California Department of Public Health Director…
Continue Reading Authorities urge caution when hunting, eating wild mushrooms