An outbreak of Salmonella linked to whole papayas from Mexico has sickened at least 62 people in 8 states.
One person in California has died of a severe Salmonella infection after eating Maradol papayas imported from Mexico, bringing the total case count to 235 illnesses with 2 deaths in 26 states.
Bravo Produce Inc. of San Ysidro is recalling Maradol Papayas that were grown in Mexico because it tested positive for Salmonella.
The FDA is warning consumers to avoid a third brand of papayas from a farm in Mexico that is linked to a deadly Salmonella outbreak.
A second brand of papayas from Mexico have been recalled after being linked to a deadly outbreak of Salmonella, and more recalls are expected for papayas that were grown on the same farm.
One week after a deadly outbreak of Salmonella was linked to imported papayas from Mexico, the supplier has announced a recall.
Caribeña Maradol papayas are believed to be linked to a deadly outbreak of Salmonella that has infected 47 people in 12 states, including 1 person who died of a severe food poisoning illness.