A collection of four Salmonella outbreaks traced to Mexican papayas appears to be over, according to federal officials who report at least 251 people across 25 states were sickened, including two who died.
The victim count in ongoing Salmonella outbreaks traced to papayas from Mexico has topped 200, with U.S.
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The CDC posted this photo with its outbreak notice, describing maradol papayas as large, oval fruits that weigh 3 or more pounds, with green skins that turn yellow when the fruit…
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The Salmonella outbreak traced to whole, fresh papayas from a farm in Southern Mexico continues to spread, with a 25 percent increase in victims in the past week.
Two more states are reporting confirmed illnesses…
Continue Reading Papaya Salmonella outbreak continues to spread; 21 states hit
Editor’s note: (To read FDA and CDC outbreak updates in Spanish, click on these links:)
Para leer las actualizaciones de brotes de FDA y CDC en español, haga clic en estos enlaces:
Continue Reading Papaya-related Salmonella victim count triples in 3 weeks
A third produce importer in the U.S. is recalling whole, fresh maradol papayas grown and packed by Carica de Campeche in Mexico because a deadly, ongoing Salmonella outbreak has been traced to papayas from the…
Continue Reading Third importer recalls Mexican papayas in Salmonella outbreak