MG Foods is reviewing in excess of 30 kinds of turkey sandwiches because of conceivable Listeria defilement, as indicated by a notification from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The sandwiches were sold in clear plastic wedges and paper packs in candy machines and miniature business sectors situated in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia between March 3 and March 5, 2021. The presence of Listeria was revealed during routine natural testing on surface zones where the sandwiches were made. The items were in this manner eliminated from all retail stores before the day’s over on March 5, the FDA says. (Related: The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now)
Some of the reviewed sandwiches were sold at the Charlotte Douglas Airport in North Carolina, including the MG Foods Combo Half and Half sandwich, the Turkey and Cheddar BLT, and the Turkey and Swiss Croissant. Affected items sold at different areas incorporate the Fresh to You Club on Toast, Fresh to You Ham and Turkey Combo, Fresh to You Market Club, Fresh to You Cranberry Pita, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. All have a “utilization by” date of either 3/7/2021 or 3/9/2021.
If you bought any of these items, you should dispose of them quickly, per the FDA. Side effects of a Listeria contamination can start one to about a month after utilization, as indicated by the CDC. In any case, a few group have detailed beginning to see indications as long as 70 days subsequent to exposure.
Consuming food defiled with Listeria monocytogenes can cause stomach torment, the runs, migraine, high fever, queasiness, and solidness in sound people. In pregnant ladies, it might likewise cause unnatural birth cycles or stillbirths.
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