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Almost 30 Longo's meat products now recalled for E. coli risk

By News Desk

More than two dozen beef and veal products are now included in a recall of Longo's brand ground meat in Canada because of possible E. coli contamination. Initiated April 21 and expanded on April 24, the recall includes beef and veal products sold at Longo's Brothers Fruit Markets Inc. in Ontario, according to the most... Continue Reading

Botulism outbreak raises public health concerns in California

By Coral Beach

County officials have closed down food and beverage sales at a gas station in California because of an outbreak of botulism poisoning and are urging anyone who has become sick after eating there in recent weeks to immediately seek medical attention. Five people — four of whom ate food from Valley Oaks Food and Fuel... Continue Reading

California officials warn of botulism risk from herbal teas

By Coral Beach

Ten days after county officials alerted the public and four days after the FDA posted a recall notice for deer antler tea linked to botulism cases, the California health department issued a warning about herbal tea from U.S. Deer Antlers Exports and Imports Inc. The two botulism cases in Orange County are not believed to... Continue Reading

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