Wednesday, October 3, 2018 | US + Canada

Recalled: Reilly Craft Creamery Ice cream for Listeria (US/MI), Gravel Ridge Farms brand Eggs for Salmonella (US/Nationwide), Williams Brothers brand Ham (US/MO), +$10 brand Frozen Chicken Fries (Canada/Nationwide)

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Reason for Recall: Listeria monocytogenes

Company: Reilly Craft Creamery LLC
Product: Reilly Craft Creamery Ice Cream (all flavors)

Details:

The recalled ice cream has lot code #022018-1 and was sold in one-pint containers in the following flavors:

  • House Made Honey Comb
  • Mint Choc Chunk
  • Choc Choc Chunk
  • Sea Salt Caramel
  • Hand-Steeped Coffee
  • Single-Batch Strawberry
  • Chocolate Deluxe (Vegan)
  • Small-Batch Strawberry (Vegan)
  • Butter Pecan
  • Vanilla Bean

Stores that sold the ice cream include Whole Foods, The Farmers Hand and Western Market. Reilly distributed the ice cream to dozens of retail locations in Detroit and a distributor in Ann Arbor, MI. Reilly’s recall notice did not indicate where the distribution company sent the ice cream.

Regions: US/Michigan

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Reason for Recall: Salmonella Enteritidis

Company: Gravel Ridge Farms
Product: Fresh Shell Eggs

Details: Federal and state officials continue to express concern that consumers might have unused Gravel Ridge Farms eggs that have been recalled, especially because some are marked with an Oct. 3 best-by date. Restaurants are also encouraged to double check their egg supplies. Gravel Ridge recalled its eggs Sept. 8 because of the outbreak.

Regions: US/ Nationwide (Confirmed infections in these states: Alabama, Tennessee, Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, Ohio and Montana)

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Reason for Recall: E. coli O157:H7

Company: Williams Brothers Meat Market, Washington, MO
Product: Ham sold by a local meat market

Details: Williams Brothers is recalling all cured or smoked ready-to-eat whole ham, ham steaks, and sandwich ham products packaged between May 25 and June 1. Franklin County officials began investigating the E. coli outbreak in August after confirmed cases were reported. At least one of the four patients became ill in June. A fifth patient infected by the same strain of Listeria monocytogenes is being considered a probable outbreak case.

Regions: US/Missouri

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Reason for Recall: Salmonella

Company: Loblaw Companies Ltd.
Product: $10 brand frozen “Chicken Fries”

Details:

Brand Name Common Name Size Code(s) on Product UPC
$10  Chicken Fries 1.81 kg 2019 JN 22 0 60249 01411 4

In May 2017, Government of Canada scientists began using a new technology called “whole genome sequencing” to help identify and respond to outbreaks. Over the past year and a half, federal, provincial and territorial health and food safety partners have investigated 13 national outbreaks linked to raw chicken, including frozen raw breaded chicken products. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued food recall warnings for eight products linked to some of these outbreak investigations.

The 433 laboratory-confirmed cases of Salmonella infection are in: British Columbia (36), Alberta (64), Saskatchewan (14), Manitoba (20), Ontario (151), Quebec (101), New Brunswick (23), Nova Scotia (9), Prince Edward Island (1), Newfoundland and Labrador (10), Northwest Territories (1), Yukon (1), and Nunavut (2).

There have been 86 individuals hospitalized as part of these outbreaks. Three individuals have died; however, Salmonella was not the cause of death for two of those individuals, and it was not determined whether Salmonella contributed to the cause of death for the third individual. Infections have occurred in Canadians of all ages and genders.

All active and future Salmonella outbreak investigations linked to raw chicken, including frozen raw breaded chicken products, and related food recall warnings will be listed in the next section of the public health notice to remind Canadians of the ongoing risk associated with these types of food products.

Regions: Canada/Nationwide

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