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Trader Joe's employee with hepatitis A prompts public alert

By News Desk

It's too late for them to receive post-exposure treatment for hepatitis A, but customers of a Trader Joe's grocery store in Reno, NV, are being asked to monitor themselves in the coming weeks for symptoms of the highly contagious virus. Neither Trader Joe's nor the Washoe County Health District had posted information on the situation... Continue Reading

Outbreaks in Quebec, Twin Cities traced to Chinese raspberries

By Phyllis Entis

Frozen raspberries imported from China were the source of 615 confirmed cases of norovirus in Quebec between March and July of this year, and of 15 cases in Minnesota in August of 2016. The Quebec outbreak included clients and staff at seven seniors' residences, two daycare centers and one hotel in four separate administrative regions of the... Continue Reading

Fit & Active bars recalled from Aldi stores for plastic bits

By News Desk

Leclerc Foods is recalling a single lot of its Fit & Active brand Chocolatey Chip Protein Meal Bars because a consumer reported finding a small piece of yellow plastic in the product. Although no injuries or illnesses had been reported as of Monday when the recall notice, was posted by the Food and Drug Administration, the company is urging consumers to discard the product immediately.... Continue Reading

Georgia restaurant linked to company dinner outbreak reopens

By Coral Beach

Two weeks after reports of food poisoning among Toyo Tire employees who ate catered food at the Georgia company's pre-Thanksgiving dinner, dozens have been confirmed with Salmonella infections, at least five have been hospitalized, and the implicated restaurant has reopened. Although a specific food has not yet been confirmed as the source of the Salmonella,... Continue Reading

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