UPDATE 1 a.m. EDT July 26: Officials with Grande Produce LLC did not respond to multiple requests for comment Tuesday. The CDC posted an outbreak update Tuesday, with the victim count holding at one dead and 46 others sickened. 

Grande Produce LLC, the importer of Caribeña brand Maradol papayas linked to a deadly and ongoing…

No recall has been issued, but Food and Drug Administration officials are warning the public against eating Maradol papayas from Mexico in general — and Caribeña brand specifically — because they have been linked to a Salmonella outbreak.

One person in New York City has died and 46 others across 12 states have been confirmed…

The Maryland Department of Health is warning consumers to not eat Caribeña’s brand yellow Maradol papayas because they could be contaminated with salmonella bacteria.

The yellow papayas have been distributed to stores throughout the state of Maryland.

State officials discovered the contamination in the course of an ongoing Salmonella case investigation, according to the June

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Caribe Produce LTD Co. of McAllen, TX, is recalling 286 cases of Papaya Maradol, Caribeña Brand papayas because they may be contaminated with Salmonella.

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Routine testing by the company revealed the presence of Salmonella in the papayas, according to the recall notice. 

The company says no illnesses have been reported.

The recalled Papaya Maradol, Caribeña Brand …

Seven more patients with illness onset dates from late July brought the total number of papaya-related Salmonella Agona victims to 106 before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) closed out its report on the outbreak.

“This particular outbreak appears to be over,” said the CDC on Monday, adding:  “Salmonella remains an important cause …

A ban on Mexican papayas entering the United States will make it a little harder to find the tasty Vitamin C-laden fruit at your favorite grocer. 

More costly papayas from other growing areas will replace them on the shelf.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration closed the American border to Mexican papaya on Thursday because …

A Houston company is recalling products made with fresh cut papaya in connection with the multistate outbreak of Salmonella Agona.

GHSW of Houston said it was notified that papayas used in its products were associated with the Agromod Produce recall. On July 23, Agromod announced a recall of papayas imported from Mexico that have been …