Salmonella Weltevreden

AH USA Group Inc. is recalling its Black Fungus (Nam Meo) product because of possible Salmonella contamination. 

The recall was triggered after the company was informed that the state of Pennsylvania collected a sample of the product and found salmonella. According to the testers, three types of salmonella were detected

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Patients in a new Salmonella Weltevreden outbreak live in Nevada and Arizona, but health officials say there may be people in other states who have been infected.

Virtually no details were released June 8 when the Food and Drug Administration revealed the outbreak in a weekly data table.

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Continue Reading Patients in new Salmonella outbreak live in 2 Western states; other areas may be affected

Nearly 90 people are part of a Salmonella outbreak across Australia after eating a particular brand of frozen microwave meals.

A total of 84 people in New South Wales (NSW), Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) reported eating Core Powerfoods products before becoming sick.

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A brand of frozen microwave meals has been linked to a Salmonella outbreak in Australia.

Core Ingredients has recalled a range of frozen pre-prepared meals after at least 10 New South Wales (NSW) residents fell ill with Salmonella infections after consuming the products. Those sick live across NSW, in greater
Continue Reading 15 sick in Salmonella outbreak linked to frozen microwave meals

In an investigation update posted Friday, June 5, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that unopened frozen ground tuna products tested by the Arizona State Public Health Laboratory, working with the Maricopa County (Phoenix) Environmental Services Department, had found Salmonella Newport in one sample and Salmonella
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