Paleta California Co. Announces Voluntary Recall of Frozen Mamey Paletas Because of Potential Contamination with Salmonella Typhi
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Nationwide Frozen Mamey Paleta Recall
September 1, 2010 - In response to the voluntary recall by Goya Foods, Inc. of their frozen mamey pulp, Paleta California, Co. is recalling its 4 oz. Mamey Supreme Cream Bar (frozen fruit bars also known as "paletas") due to a potential health risk from Salmonella Typhi.
The recalled Mamey Supreme Cream Bar was distributed only in Southern California. Consumers may have purchased the recalled fruit bars through retail stores. The product retail unit comes in 4 oz. plastic wrapped frozen fruit bars. The Mamey Paletas are shipped to retail establishments in a package of 24 fruit bars per box. All production lot codes are being affected by this recall. The UPC of the recalled product is 636418002000. No other Paleta California, Co. products are affected.
Salmonella Typhi Information
Salmonella is a bacterium that causes one of the most common enteric (intestinal) infections in the United States – Salmonellosis. In some states (e.g. Georgia, Maryland), salmonellosis is the most commonly reported cause of enteric disease, and overall it is the second most common bacterial foodborne illness reported (usually slightly less frequent than Campylobacter infection).
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