On April 20, Guan’s Mushroom Co. recalled all cases of 200-gram (7.05-ounce) Enoki Mushrooms (Product of China) due to a risk of contamination with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria.

No illnesses were reported. The recall was issued after a routine test by health officials in Michigan was positive for Listeria.

The recalled enoki mushrooms were distributed to stores nationwide in a white cardboard box with 25 clear plastic packages of 200-g mushrooms.

The box is labeled with Guan’s logo and Product Code RY3428A or RY3434A. There is also UPC Code: 810023170303.

Last year, enoki mushrooms from Korea were linked to a deadly outbreak of Listeria illnesses that infected at least 36 people in 17 states, including 4 people who died, and two fetal deaths.

Back in March 2020, Guan’s Mushroom Co. recalled all of their 200-gram packages of Enoki Mushrooms from Korea after a bag tested positive for Listeria by health officials in California.

Soon afterward, the FDA warned high-risk people against eating any brand of enoki mushrooms from Korea, including mushrooms that were not recalled, due to an elevated risk of Listeria infections.

Guan's Recalls Enoki Mushrooms for Listeria Risk

Source: Guan’s Mushroom Co Recalls Enoki Because of Possible Health Risk

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