Enoki mushrooms sold in Hawaii that might be tainted with listeria, as per the state Wellbeing Division. There is an active recall of the enoki mushrooms in the state of hawaii.
DOH said a review is active after the microorganisms were found during a normal testing of the mushrooms.
The enoki mushrooms were delivered by Taiwan-based Changhua District Mushrooms Creations Helpful and conveyed by Jan Organic products Inc.
They are sold in a 7.05-ounce clear plastic bundle with a green-lettered “Premium” imprinted on the bundle.
In the event that you purchased the item, discard it or return it to the spot of procurement.
On the off chance that you have consumed this item, authorities have said that it is vital to watch for side effects, for example, stomach cramps, the runs, regurgitating, queasiness or fever. Assuming side effects happen, contact your medical services provider.
Listeriosis is a hazardous, intrusive disease brought about by eating Listeria-polluted food. In spite of the fact that individuals can in some cases foster listeriosis as long as two months in the wake of eating defiled food, side effects ordinarily start in the span of a few days, frequently with loose bowels. Listeriosis is treated with anti-microbials.
If you have purchased this product, throw it away or return it to the place of purchase. If you have consumed this product, watch for symptoms such as stomach cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, or fever. If symptoms occur, contact your healthcare provider.
In addition, DOH and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend the following for all other enoki mushrooms:
- Thoroughly cook enoki mushrooms before serving or consuming them, do not serve or consume them raw.
- Do not use raw enoki mushrooms as garnish.
- Do not add raw enoki mushrooms on top of soup dishes right before serving. The enoki mushrooms will not get hot enough to kill Listeria.
- Keep raw enoki mushrooms separate from foods that won’t be cooked.
- Wash hands after handling raw enoki mushrooms.