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Diagnosis: E. Coli

Updated: February 18, 2024 4:23 PM
Modhani Inc. has issued a recall for its Paneer product due to potential contamination with generic E. coli. The recall affects products distributed in Ontario and is aimed at hotels, restaurants, and retail institutions.

The recalled products are under the Modhani brand, specifically the Paneer in two... See More sizes: 300g and 1.6kg. The affected batch carries the code '24020' and has a 'best before' date of March 4, 2024. The UPC for the 300g size is 6 28451 92695 5 and for the 1.6kg size is 6 28451 92696 2.

The recall is classified as a Class 2, indicating a situation where the use of, or exposure to, a product may cause temporary adverse health consequences.

In case you are experiencing E. coli symptoms such as watery diarrhea (often bloody), vomiting; stomach cramps; and mild fever, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Source: recalls-rappels.canada.ca
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An outbreak of E. coli has been linked to RAW FARM-brand Raw Cheddar cheese products. The cheese, produced by RAW FARM, LLC, of Fresno, CA, is suspected to be the common source of the infections. As of February 16, 2024, 10 people have confirmed infections in California... See More (4), Colorado (3), Texas (1), and Utah (2). Four patients have been hospitalized, with one developing hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), a serious condition that can lead to kidney failure. No deaths have been reported. The products were sold at retailers nationwide.

The Raw Fram products linked to this outbreak are:
- Original Flavor: all sizes of blocks and shredded packages
- Cheddar with added Jalapeño Flavor: all sizes of blocks and shredded packages

Ill people have reported purchasing RAW FARM-brand Raw Cheddar cheese at Sprouts Farmers Market and Bristol Farms. In response to the investigation, the company initiated a recall of certain lots of the cheese currently within shelf life. The investigation is ongoing to determine the source of contamination and whether additional products are linked to illnesses.

In case you are experiencing E. coli symptoms such as watery diarrhea (often bloody), vomiting; stomach cramps; and mild fever, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Source: fda.gov
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On February 15, 2024 Raw Farm was contacted by the FDA and CDC regarding the epidemiological possibility that Raw Farm raw cheddar cheese might have caused some illnesses within a date range of October 18th 2023 and January 31 st 2024. During this period, there were ten... See More fecal samples collected from patients in 4 states that appeared to match one another in the National PULSENET database. Some of these patients did not report consumption of any Raw Farm cheddar cheese or other raw dairy products. In collaboration with the CDC and FDA, Raw Farm is voluntarily recalling the above date codes of Raw Cheddar Cheese.

Affected Product: ONLY Cheese block older than batch 20231113-1 and Shred older than 20240116

Voluntary Recall - E. Coli 0157:H7 STEC - RAW FARM 2024-2-16
- Item: 1075, Barcode: 835204000156, Product Description: Raw Cheddar Cheese - Pound Block, Package Size (oz): 16, Brand: RAW FARM, Batch or Older: 20231113-1
- Item: 1050, Barcode: 835204001177, Product Description: Raw Cheddar Cheese - Half Pound Block, Package Size (oz): 8, Brand: RAW FARM, Batch or Older: 20231113-1
- Item: 1080, Barcode: 835204001184, Product Description: Raw Cheddar Cheese - Half Pound Shred, Package Size (oz): 8, Brand: RAW FARM, Batch or Older: 20240116

This recall does not affect any products other than raw cheddar cheese with these specific date codes. If you have any of these Raw Cheddar Cheese date codes, please do not consume and return for credit.

No product samples consumed by consumers or products available for sale have tested positive for E.Coli 0157:H7. This recall is in abundance of caution strictly based on fecal samples submitted to PULSENET.

Product en-route for delivery, being delivered now, and in the future is not affected by this Voluntary Recall. Only product on the retail shelf, which should have a date code of 20231113-1 or older should be recalled. Shredded cheese with date 20240116 or older should be recalled.

In case you are experiencing E. coli symptoms such as watery diarrhea (often bloody), vomiting; stomach cramps; and mild fever, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Company name: Raw Farms LLC
Brand name: Raw Farms LLC
Product recalled: Raw Cheddar Cheese
Reason of the recall: Potential contamination with E. Coli 0157:H7
FDA Recall date: February 17, 2024

Source: fda.gov
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We ate chili 02/08/2024. My husband ate some of his but not much meat. I ate all of my meat and chili and ended up with food poisoning so bad I went to the ER @ 6pm Friday. Tested and I had E. Coli (EPEC). Still sick… Honestly I’ve had food poisoning once before but this severely made me sick. | Symptoms: Diarrhea See Less
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January 26th my husband and I had dinner at their French restaurant. I had a few bites of the steak that was served medium rare. The next day on my flight home is when the pain started, I was in the hospital the following day with three... See More strains of E. coli. One of the strains of E. coli was a very rare one, and probably caused long-term damage to my kidneys. For somebody that visits all inclusive resorts multiple times a year, I am now terrified of traveling back to the DR. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting See Less
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Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire Cheese Ltd has updated the precautionary recall of various Lancashire Cheese products because the products might contain Shiga-toxin producing E. coli. The implicated cheeses may be in several retail formats, including cut-to-order and wrapped in plain waxed paper from a deli counter, prepacked pieces... See More of cheese purchased or gifted to you that was purchased on or prior to the 5th of February. These products were distributed in England, Scotland and Wales.

The recalled products may have been included in a hamper or been sold as part of a charcuterie grazing platter. It may not always be clear whether you have purchased an affected product. If in doubt, you are advised to not eat the product and ensure it is stored safely, fully wrapped and not in contact with other foods if returning the product to the place it was purchased or dispose of it at home.

The affected products are:
- Mrs Kirkham’s Mild & Creamy Lancashire (All sizes). Use by: All dates up to and including 05 February 2024.
- Mrs Kirkham’s Tasty Lancashire (All sizes). Use by: All dates up to and including 05 February 2024.
- Mrs Kirkham’s Mature Lancashire (All sizes). Use by: All dates up to and including 05 February 2024.
- Mrs Kirkham’s Smoked Lancashire (All sizes). Use by: All dates up to and including 05 February 2024.
- No 1 Waitrose and Partners, Farmhouse Kirkham’s Lancashire Cheese (All sizes). Use by: All dates up to and including 05 February 2024.

This Product Recall Information Notice replaces updates 1 and 2 and has been updated to refine the batches of recalled products implicated.

If you have bought any of the above products do not eat them. Instead return them to the store from where they were bought for a full refund. Ensure the products are thoroughly wrapped and do not come into contact with any other foods. Wash your hands, equipment, utensils and surfaces that may have come into contact with the product thoroughly.

Symptoms caused by STEC organisms include severe diarrhoea (including bloody diarrhoea), abdominal pain, and sometimes haemolytic uremic syndrome, (HUS), a serious condition that can lead to kidney failure and can be fatal.

In case you are experiencing E. Coli STEC symptoms, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Company name: Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire Cheese Ltd
Product recalled: Mrs Kirkham’s Mild & Creamy Lancashire, Mrs Kirkham’s Tasty Lancashire, Mrs Kirkham’s Mature Lancashire, Mrs Kirkham’s Smoked Lancashire, No 1 Waitrose and Partners, Farmhouse Kirkham’s Lancashire Cheese
FSA Recall date: 02/08/2024

Source: food.gov.uk
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On Sunday or Monday 1/28 or 29 I bought several bagged salad kits from Safeway on SE 38th in Bellevue. On Wednesday I ate the one that was a Bacon Caesar Kit. I was a little ill on Thursday, and on Friday I had a fever that... See More was somewhere north of 104 coupled with excruciating pain in my groin and painful urination. Saturday morning I went to urgent care where they confirmed a raging UTI and started me on Cipro pending culture results. Yesterday 2/6, I was informed that the culture war positive for a resistant strain of E-coli and they started me on sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim. I am only now beginning to feel better. | Symptoms: Fever See Less
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I went to gateway Dr Walmart and asked the guy at the deli to wash the The meat machine down instead he used a green scrubby from the sink that has whatever on it to wash the meat machine down with it when I always come into... See More the store and ask them to wash down the machine properly but instead he did a fast ass job slice my turkey got home. Ate one bite wound up in the hospital the next day five days later I get out now I can have infusions every day for the rest of my life to save my kidney because they found four different types of E. coli in my blood and urine now because of that. | Symptoms: Other See Less
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Ate five guys on 1/29
On Monday I went to the walk in next to five guys they tested my urine, had ecoli and the rest of week had diarrhea | Symptoms: Diarrhea See Less
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Waimata Cheese Company Limited has issued a recall for its Waimata Cheese brand Camembert, Longbush brand Camembert, and Longbush brand Brie due to potential E. coli contamination. The products have been distributed in various stores across the country. These products are sold in individual foil packages at... See More several locations, including Countdown Redwoodtown, Countdown Richmond, Countdown Trafalgar Park, FreshChoice Nelson, FreshChoice Picton, FreshChoice Takaka, Pak’nSave Palmerston North, Pak’nSave Porirua, Pak’nSave Taupo, and Raeward Fresh Richmond. There have been no reports of illness.

The recalled products include Waimata Cheese brand Camembert (110g), Longbush brand Brie (125g), and Longbush brand Camembert (125g). The specific batch marking under recall is 8367, with a best-before date of 28/02/24. No other Waimata and Longbush Cheese brand products are affected by this recall.

In case you are experiencing E. coli symptoms such as watery diarrhea (often bloody), vomiting; stomach cramps; and mild fever, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Source: mpi.govt.nz
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