Canadian officials are reporting a recall of frozen corn that is part of a Salmonella outbreak investigation, but no other details on the outbreak are posted.

The recall, made by New Alasko Limited Partnership for Alasko brand IQF (individually quick frozen) whole kernel corn, is underway because of testing by
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Reports of injuries have led Conagra Brands to recall certain lots of frozen Birds Eye broccoli tots because of small rocks and metal fragments in the product.

“Conagra has received two reports to date of injury — dental damage — associated with the recalled product,” according to the company recall
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An Idaho company is recalling an unrevealed number of cases of certain frozen, imported cauliflower because testing showed it to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

The TJ Farms Select brand cauliflower was imported from China. It was distributed in Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Wisconsin, according to the company’s recall notice posted
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Researchers have expanded knowledge of the United Kingdom’s involvement in a multi-country Listeria outbreak.

Twelve patients were detected in the UK between 2015 and 2018 and contaminated sweetcorn was recovered from the freezer of another person in 2019.

Overall, the outbreak included 54 cases of listeriosis in Australia, Finland, Sweden,
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A Las Vegas company is recalling Trader Joe’s brand frozen edamame because it may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

“The recalled ‘Trader Joe’s Lightly Salted Edamame’ was sold at Trader Joe’s retail stores only in the Arizona, Southern California, Southern Nevada and Utah regions. All affected product has been removed
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Hygiene guidelines for controlling Listeria monocytogenes during production of frozen vegetables have been published.

Work started after an outbreak connected to frozen sweetcorn produced by Greenyard in Hungary. The incident sickened at least 54 people with listeriosis in Australia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, and the United Kingdom. There were 10
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Greenyard is to pay half a million euros to settle allegations of communication failures about the Listeria contamination at its frozen vegetable factory in Hungary in 2018.

The related outbreak included 54 cases of listeriosis in Australia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, and the United Kingdom with 10 deaths from 2015
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