The Food and Drug Administration in the US and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in Canada have both released several more mango recalls today. The salmonella outbreak caused by contaminated mangoes has sickened 22 people in Canada and 105 in the US. It’s also responsible for the hospitalization of 25 individuals in the US.
Foodbeat has been keeping you informed of all the recalls associated with the Daniella (and possible other brand) mangoes. You can see all of the recalls leading up to yesterday afternoon, here. Since then, 2 more recalls in Canada and 6 in the US have been released.
Here are the additional recalls that have been issued in the last 24 hours:
Addition Mango Recalls in the US (August 31, September 1, 2012) Click on the recall release links for products codes and distribution locations:
World Food, Florida cut fruit and salsa products that contain Daniella mangoes. This recall contains Garden Highway Tropical Salsa and Generic/Winn-Dixie Fresh Island Medley. You can read the official recall release here.
Stop ‘N Shop Daniella Mangoes. You can read the official recall release for this product here.
BI-LO Whole Daniella Brand Mangoes. You can read the official recall release here.
Winn-Dixie Cut Frui Produced by Renaissance Food Group. This recall contains Garden Highway Tropical Salsa, Fruit Burst Cut Fruit, Island Medley Cut Fruit. Official recall release here.
Taylor Farms Wawa Products Containing Daniella Mangoes. Official recall release here.
Pacific Coast Fruit Company Deli Style Fruit Salads. Official recall release here.
Additional Mango Recalls in Canada (August 31, September 1, 2012):
Updated Daniella Brand Mango Recall – New dates of sale from July 12 up to and including August 31, 2012.
Catania Brand Mangoes. Packed by M. L. Catania Co. Ltd., was sold in a 6-pack plastic clamshell. Official recall release here.
We’ll keep you updated with all of the new mango recalls as they’re released.
Check back for updates everyday.
Source(s): FDA,gov, CFIA