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Hidden Nasties In Our Food

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“By News Desk on June 14, 2022

New Alasko Limited Partnership is recalling Alasko brand IQF Whole Raspberries because of possible norovirus contamination.

This recall comes after a month after a similar recall of Mantab Inc.’s Below Zero brand whole, frozen raspberries because of possible norovirus contamination.

The recalled product has been sold in Canada in Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia.”

 

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“By News Desk on June 15, 2022

Built Brands, LLC. of American Fork, UT, is recalling 4,196 individual bars of its “Banana Cream Pie Puffs” protein bar because of potential pathogenic E. coli contamination. The exact strain has yet to be determined.

The potential for contamination was noted after routine testing by a third-party laboratory detected the presence of E. coli.

The recalled product was distributed nationwide to 1,049 potential customers through mail orders and would have been received by customers after June 6, 2022.“

 

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“Whenever one of the trio got sick, it would usually result in 12 hours of fever, diarrhea and cramps. Her husband and son would usually get the sickest, but they could never figure out why. They deep-cleaned their home, didn’t have anyone over for two months and ruled out everything.

Then when @kelsewhatelse found herself at the hospital for a different reason, she asked her doctor what their mysterious illness might be. The doctor suggested it could be salmonella from a Jif peanut butter recall. But the mom had already checked their main peanut butter source.

However, she alleged that when she went home, her husband asked if she had checked the smaller peanut butter cups. The mom didn’t know the family had any. It turns out that on Monday mornings, when her husband would get their son ready, he would feed him a peanut butter cup. The dad would even have some of the nut butter too.

When @kelsewhatelse checked the cups, she claimed they were, in fact, part of the recall. The mom believed the contaminated cups explained why the baby never got sick and why her husband and son were always the sickest.

The video racked up 1.9 million views on TikTok.

“So happy you shared this. I just packed those little cups to take camping. I went and checked and sure thing they were the contaminated ones,” a user commented.

“My son was hospitalized with every single symptom of salmonella. Just a few weeks later, the recall came out — all of our jars were recalled,” another said.

“Thank you I just discovered what has been making us sick for about a week,” a person wrote.“

 

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