FDA Press Release: Whole Foods Market recalls ginger bread houses produced by Rolf’s Patisserie in 23 states due to possible Staph contamination. Consumers urged to seek immediate medical attention if food poisoning is suspected.
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Whole Foods Market / Rolf’s Patisserie Recall Alert
December 24, 2010 – This week, Whole Foods Market announced that it is recalling assembled gingerbread houses produced by Rolf’s Patisserie in the following states:
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- Rhode Island
The recalled ginger bread houses may have been assembled, decorated and packaged in clear plastic wrap and sold with a “Whole Foods Market” scale label; some scale labels also may list “Rolf’s Patisserie” as part of the description. This includes all ginger bread houses made after Nov. 1, 2010. To date, a variety of products produced by Rolf’s Patisserie have been connected to several outbreaks of S. aureus food poisoning.
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