There are at least six threats in the food market that threaten our health and we have to be very aware of these days, even more so when we are cooking for our families on the intimate Thanksgiving holiday. What we least want is to get sick or to get sick those we love the most!
The first alarm is around romaine lettuce. An E. coli outbreak was detected that affected at least 40 people in 16 different states. The contaminated lettuce comes from Salinas, California. It is recommended not to consume the romaine lettuce from this town, or none if its origin is unknown.
The second affects raw pork products. An Illionis company is demanding the return of more than half a million pounds of meat that came out of there without being inspected, pieces including many other steaks, ribs and pork chops. Better to avoid eating pork if we don't know where it comes from.
Third: watch out for chicken fried rice. Almost two hundred thousand pounds of this product can contain pieces of plastic! This deal is supposed to have been distributed in the states of Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, and Texas.
Also watch out for plastic contamination from Nabisco Cheese Nips crackers that expire on May 18, 19 or 20, 2020, as well as some Kraft-Heinz brand cottage cheese. Finally, there is an outbreak of hepatitis A associated with the consumption of blackberries or blackberries in Indiana, Nebraska and Wisconsin.
We recommend caution if you plan to consume some of these products mentioned above and, when in doubt, we advise you to do a more exhaustive search if you want to ensure that those foods you may have in your fridge are suitable for consumption.
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