(KSWB) – Henry Avocado Corporation remembers that avocados grown in California were sold to supermarkets as a result of potential pollution, and the named Diego-based company. on Saturday news.
The company recalled it as a warning after positive test results for Listeria Monocytogenes found on environmental samples taken during the regular government scrutiny of its California packing facility.
“We are recalling our products voluntarily and taking everything we can to make sure consumers eat our avocados are safe,” said Phil Henry, t President Henry Avocado.
The California-born avocados were registered at the company's packaging facility in California and distributed to several states such as Arizona, California, Florida, New Hampshire, North Carolina and Wisconsin. Every vessel from the facility can be recalled, but the company didn't start packing it until the end of January 2019.
They cannot recall Avocados imported from Mexico and spread by Henry Avocados and can still be sold and eaten.
Henry Avocado is contacting all customers to ensure that any returned goods are removed immediately from resource shelves.
Users may identify identifiers using the “Bravocado” stickers. The organic avocados are referred to as “organic” and the sticker is “California”.
Listeria Monocytogenes is a organism that can lead to heavy illnesses and sometimes lead to death in young children, elderly people or elderly people, and others with weak protective systems. While healthy people may be suffering with short-term symptoms such as high fever, headache, stiffness, parasite, back pain in the body and diarrhea, Listeria can spread birth and judgment. raised among pregnant women.
“Then, unfortunately, these children are born with a severe Listeria infection which is potentially life-threatening,” said Dr Richard Chaffoo to station sister FOX40, FOX 5.
If your symptoms remain or become religious, Professor Chaffoo recommends receiving medical treatment.
At this time there is no mention of illnesses associated with the call, according to Henry Avocado.
Consumers who have been recalled to buy avocados are encouraged to eat them, but to throw them away or return them to a purchase place for a full refund. Users with other queries can contact Henry Avocado at 760-745-6632, Ext 132 or visit their website.