Products that have mangoes or that might have been administered on the same tools as mangoes possibly polluted with salmonella are recalled by the Taylor Farms New Jersey.
Last Friday, the company stated that they are recollecting nine products that were already disseminated to 127 Wawa stores in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware and traded underneath the Wawa brand. Most of the products have a sell-by date of August 30 or earlier.
The officials of the federal health office are now exploring 103 recognized circumstances of salmonella infection and other food manufacturers have dragged products.
Taylor Farms is recalling 8-ounce packages of Wawa mangoes; 9-ounce packages of pineapple, strawberries and mangoes; 7-ounce pineapple snack packages; 11-ounce melon mix packages; large mixed fruit 12-ounce packages; watermelon in 8-ounce packages; 7.5-ounce small mixed fruit; and mixed fruit with kiwi in 9.7-ounce packages. The recall applies to packages that have Julian codes of 237 or earlier and sell-by dates of Aug. 30 or earlier.
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