More than 400 ready-to-eat products were recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

Pre-packaged sandwiches displayed in a commercial refrigerator

Pre-packaged sandwiches in a commercial refrigerator

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Fresh Ideation Food Group has recalled hundreds packaged products that were sold between Jan. 24 and Jan. 30, due to possible listeria contamination.

There are many products that have been recalled, including baked goods and fresh fruit cups as well as packaged salads, sandwiches, and prepared meals. The affected products were distributed in Connecticut and Washington D.C., Maryland and Massachusetts. They were also sold in grocery shops, vending machines, and other transportation providers.

While the affected products span dozens of brands, many of the recalled items are from Bistro to Go, Quick & Fresh, Westin Label and Naval Academy 1845 Coffee. The full list can be found here on the FDA website.

All recalls have a Fresh Creative cuisine label or identifier. All affected products have a sell-through date between Jan. 31 and Feb. 6.

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Senior citizens and children younger than 65 are at greater risk of getting severely sick. if they contract listeriaAs are pregnant women and those with immunocompromised conditions. Symptoms can include fatigue and muscle aches, as well as fever. according to the CDC.

The symptoms usually appear within two weeks after eating contaminated foods, but they can also start as soon as the next day or up to 70days later, according the CDC.

This recall has not been linked to any illnesses. Fresh Ideation Food Group LLC urges consumers who have purchased these products to contact the company. hed: 50,000 Pounds of Sausage Often Used for Charcuterie Boards Recalled Over Possible Listeria Contamination hed: 50,000 Pounds of Sausage Often Used for Charcuterie Boards Recalled Over Possible Listeria Contamination

More than can be said for each of these items. 50,000 pounds of sausage The charcuterie boards that were used most often to make them were recalled on Jan. 29, due to possible listeria contamination.

Daniele International LLC is based in Mapleville (Rhode Island). issued the recall 52,914 pounds of ready-to-eat sausage were recalled because they “may have been adulterated with Listeria moncytogenes”, according the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service. FSIS updated February’s total recalled poundage to 69.255

The meat was sold under the brand names Fredricks by Meijer Spanish Style Charcuterie Sampler Tray, Boar’s Head Charcuterie Trio, Colameco’s Primo Naturale Genoa Uncured Salami, Colameco’s Primo Naturale Black Pepper Uncured Salami, Gourmet Selection Sopressata, Capocollo, Hard Salami as well as and Del EL Duca’s Sopressata, Coppa & Genoa Salami; Calabrese, Prosciutto & Coppa; and Salami, Uncured Pepperoni & Hard Salami.

The meats were processed between May 23, 2022 and Nov. 25, 20,22. They were then sent to national retail stores between Dec. 23, 2002, and Jan. 17, 222. They are also marked with the “EST.” 54″ is the USDA mark of inspection per the FSIS.

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