A New York company has stopped production and recalled curry powder after tests showed the finished product was contaminated with Salmonella. The lack of labeling codes could make the spice difficult to identify.

New Hoque and Sons Inc. of Maspeth, NY, posted the recall today with the Food and Drug Administration. The agency and company are investigating to find the source of the contamination.

The recalled Radhuni brand curry powder was sold in 400-gram plastic bottles and has an expiration date of Jan. 2, 2022. No other identifying label information was included in the recall notice. 

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and G. Dion Foods are warning the public not to consume certain Dion brand curry powder because it may be contaminated with Salmonella.


There have been no illnesses reported.

G. Dion Foods of Saint-Jerome, Quebec, is recalling 36 g packages of Dion-brand Organic Curry powder with UPC 6 20383 02007 7, lot codes 02B01G and 12A05G.

The curry was distributed in Quebec and Ontario.

For more information contact G. Dion Foods at 1-877-569-8001 or CFIA at 1-800-442-2342 / TTY 1-800-465-7735, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday.

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The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning Friday about a bottled curry sauce distributed in the United Kingdom that U.S. consumers might have ordered via the Internet.


Loyd Grossman Korma Sauce has been linked to at least two cases of botulism in Scotland, and has been recalled by its manufacturer, Premier Foods in England, the FDA said in a news release.

According to The BBC news, however, three children, all siblings, may have botulism poisoning after eating the sauce. Two of the children were being treated in Glasgow last week, while the third child was admitted to hospital

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