Caito Foods Precut Melon Recall & Outbreak

A pre-cut melon Salmonella outbreak has triggered an urgent recall of pre-cut watermelon, honeydew melon, cantaloupe, and fruit mixes. This time, the CDC and FDA are already involved in the investigation, along with local health authorities, to get the word out. As with all recalls, taking the information seriously can stop the spread of bacteria and keep us safe. After understanding what is involved, take the time to inventory your own kitchens and take the necessary precautions during the Precut Melon Recall. Caito Foods, a facility in Indianapolis Indiana, declared a voluntary recall Friday for a multitude of foods they produced. The product this time? Melons of different types. The culprit? Salmonella Carrau. Let’s take a closer look at the recall information, what Salmonella is, and how we can prevent it. The Outbreak As of the time of this writing, 93 cases have been reported spanning 9 states. The states include: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan,…

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