Polish Handwashing Poster – Chilled Food Association

Click to access CFA-Polish-Poster-rev-14-7-071.pdf

Portuguese Handwashing Poster -Chilled Food Association

Click to access Final-CFA-Poster-Portuguese-large.pdf

Denmark – Mold/Mould in Chilli Flakes

DVFA

Mold in chili flakes

Coop Danmark A / S is recalling Coop Chili Flager due to the discovery of mold in the product.

Recalled Foods , Published: October 22, 2021

Modified October 22, 2021

What food:
Coop Chili Flakes
Net content: 30g
EAN number: 7340191104242
Best before-dates: 06.05.2024, 06.16.2024, 27.07.2024, 24.08.2024, 23.09.2024
Lot numbers: 0025044, 0030027, 0032608, 0034358, 0036729

Sold in:
Kvickly-, SuperBrugsen-, Brugsen-, Fakta-, Coop 365-, Dagli’- and LokalBrugsen throughout the country

Company recalling:
Coop Danmark A / S

Reason:
The company has established that there is a risk of mold in the product.

Risk:
Mold formation makes the product unsuitable as food.

Advice for consumers: The Danish
Veterinary and Food Administration advises consumers to deliver the product back to the store where it was purchased or to discard it.

Taiwan – 142 fall ill with suspected food poisoning at New Taipei school

Focus Taiwan

Taipei, Oct. 21 (CNA) A total of 142 students and faculty members at Sacred Heart Girls High School in New Taipei were taken to hospitals early Thursday after coming down with stomach pain and diarrhea, in what is believed to be a case of mass food poisoning, the school said.

The 142 people, who lodged in the school’s dormitories, fell ill after eating meals provided by a catering service contracted by the school Wednesday evening, the school’s principal Sophie Wei (魏雪玲) told CNA.

The New Taipei Department of Health has collected samples of the food for analysis and is awaiting the results. Meanwhile, meals will now be provided by a different catering service for the time being, according to the school.

Italy – Pre-cooked Pacific Clams, Shelled and Frozen – Salmonella

Salute

Brand : sailing ship

Name : pre-cooked Pacific clams, shelled and frozen

Reason for reporting : Recall due to microbiological risk

Publication date : 22 October 2021

Click to access C_17_PubblicazioneRichiami_1531_azione_itemAzione0_files_itemFiles0_fileAzione.pdf

USA – ProSource Inc. Recalls Onions From Mexico For Salmonella Contamination

Food Poisoning Bulletin

ProSource Inc. is voluntarily recalling onions from Mexico for Salmonella contamination. The onions are linked to a multistate Salmonella Oranienburg outbreak that has sickened at least 652 people in 37 states. The onions were shipped from Mexico between July 1, 2021 and August 31, 2021.

The brand names that the onions may have been sold under include Big Bull, Peak Fresh Produce, Sierra Madre, Markon First Crop., Markon Essentials, Rio Blue, ProSource, Rio Valley, and Sysco Imperial. The recalled products are whole raw fresh red, yellow, and white onions. The onions were distributed to wholesalers, broadline foodservice companies, and retail stores in 50 pound, 25 pound, 10 pound, 5 pound, 3 pound, and 2 pound mesh sacks; and 50 pound, 40 pound, 25 pound, 10 pound, and 5 pound cartons. You can see pictures of product labels at the FDA web site.

USA – Keeler Family Farms Supplied Onions Linked to Salmonella Outbreak

Food Poisoning Bulletin

Keeler Family Farms of Deming, New Mexico supplied potentially contaminated onions linked to the huge Salmonella Oranienburg outbreak, according to an FDA update. That outbreak has sickened at least 652 people in 37 states and has hospitalized 129 patients.

USA – Multi-state Salmonella outbreak includes 23 Minnesotans

Health State MN

A multi-state outbreak of Salmonella Oranienburg infections announced today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) includes 23 Minnesota residents, state health officials said today. The Minnesota cases, who range in age from 7 to 77 years, fell ill between Aug. 8 and Sept. 18, four were hospitalized and none have died. Contaminated onions from a specific distributor and growing region in Mexico have been identified as the likely source for the outbreak.

More information on CDC’s Food Safety Alert regarding this outbreak, along with symptoms of Salmonella infection and what consumers should do, can be found on the CDC webpage for this investigation, Salmonella Linked to Onions.

Belgium – Minced Meat Bun and Minced Meat Sandwich from The Bread Office – Salmonella

AFSCA

Recall of Conway
Product: Minced Meat Bun and Minced Meat Sandwich from The Bread Office.
Problem: possible presence of Salmonella.

In agreement with the AFSCA, Conway is withdrawing the “Minced Meat Roll” and “Minced Meat Sandwich” products from The Bread Office from sale and is recalling them to consumers following the possible presence of Salmonella.
Conway asks its customers not to consume these products and to return them to the point of sale where they were purchased, where they will be reimbursed.

Product description

– Product name: TBO Minced meat sandwich
– Brand: The Bread Office
– Use by date (DLC): from 10/15/2021 to 10/20/2021
– Sale period: from 05 / 10/2021
– Packaging: transparent bag
– Weight: 122 g

– Product name: Minced meat bun
– Brand: The Bread Office
– Best before date (DLC): from 10/15/2021 to 10/24/2021
– Sale period: from 10/05 / 2021
– Packaging: black plastic box
– Weight: 156 g

The products were distributed through various points of sale.

Any customer wishing to obtain additional information can contact our quality department by e-mail at the following address: quality.quality@conway.be .

India – 25 ITBP personnel fell ill in Chhattisgarh due to food poisoning

Hindustan Times

As many as 25 personnel of the Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) fell ill with symptoms of food poisoning after consuming a meal in their camp in Rajanandgaon district, officials said on Friday.

They fell ill after having dinner on Wednesday evening. They complained of the symptoms on Thursday. All were admitted to Community Health Centre (CHC) in Khairagarh town and are now stable,” said Collector Rajanandgaon, Taran Prakash Sinha.

“Prima facie, it seems they fell sick due to food poisoning. However, their condition is stable and they were kept under observation,” said Dr Vivek Bisen of the CHC Khairagarh.