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Peaches, Plums, Nectarines and Listeria: A Brief History

Peaches, plums and nectarines sold in 18 states have been recalled for potential Listeria contamination. Stores that sold the fruit include Walmart, Aldi, Costco, Fairway Market, Market Basket, Hannaford and a number of small retailers. At the time of the…

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Computer Program IDs Likely Listeria Hotspots for Food Processors

Cornell University researchers have developed a computer modeling system that identifies locations in food facilities where Listeria is likely to grow. Using the system, called Environmental Monitoring With an Agent-Based Model of Listeria (EnABLe), food safety managers could test those areas…

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Tahini, Nut Butters Pose Food Poisoning Risk

A spate of recent recalls and outbreaks linked to nut butters, seed butters and tahini highlights the risk that some of these products pose. Contamination can occur if bacteria such as Listeria, E. coli or Salmonella makes its way into the…

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Lawsuits May Follow End of Johnston County Hams Listeria Outbreak

The Listeria outbreak linked to Johnston County Hams has ended after sickening four people and killing one of them, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). But some of those sickened may still choose to file a lawsuit.…

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Food Safety Tips – Holiday Edition: Listeria and Potatoes

Food safety should be a priority year-round. But during the holidays, when the extended family comes together for a meal, it’s especially important. For example, pregnant women, people over 65 and people with compromised immune systems are more likely than…

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Long Phung Pork Products Listeria Outbreak Prompts Recall

A Listeria outbreak linked to Long Phung pork products has sickened four people and triggered a recall of the ready-to-eat products. Consumers who have purchased this brand of pork products should check recall information carefully. Because Listeria can cause illness…

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Johnston County Ham Listeria Outbreak: 4 Sick, 1 Dead

A Listeria outbreak linked to Johnston County Ham products has hospitalized four people, one of whom has died. The company has issued a recall for the ready-to-eat products. Consumers who have purchased these products should not eat them as Listeria can…

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Mann Vegetable Recall Due to Listeria Risk

A major recall of fresh, minimally processed vegetables and vegetable medleys from stores shelves across the United States and Canada has reignited public awareness of the dangers of listeriosis food poisoning, a dangerous bacterial infection that can cause meningitis, brain…

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Vulto Creamery Lawsuit and Listeriosis Compensation

Our Listeria lawyers can help if you or a loved one was sickened in the outbreak of listeriosis infections linked to Vulto Creamery cheese. The CDC updated its case count today, and there are now 8 confirmed cases in 4 states: Connecticut, Florida,…

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FDA Info on Ouleout Raw Milk Cheese Listeria Outbreak

The FDA is investigating the Listeria monocytogenes outbreak linked to Ouleout raw milk cheese produced by Vulto Creamery and sold nationwide at retail stores and at Whole Foods Markets in four states. Six people were sickened with listeriosis in this…

Whole Foods Recall of Ouleout and Miranda Cheese Due to Listeria Risk

A Listeria monocytogenes outbreak linked to recalled Vulto Creamery washed-wind raw milk cheeses has sickened six people in four states and killed two of them. Those sickened live in Connecticut, Florida, New York, and Vermont. The patients who died lived…

Vulto Raw Milk Cheese Listeriosis Outbreak and Recall
Two Dead and Six Sick in Outbreak Linked to Vulto Creamery Raw Milk Cheese

A multistate outbreak of listeriosis that is linked to soft raw milk cheeses made by Vulto Creamery of Walton, New York has killed two people and sickened six in four states, according to the CDC. All six patients were hospitalized.…