Frozen Fruit Bars Recalled for Typhoid Fever Outbreak
At least nine people in California and Nevada have fallen ill with typhoid fever.
LOS ANGELES — Fruiti Pops Inc. is recalling its mamey fruit pops due to a link to a recent typhoid fever outbreak.
The recall, announced Thursday, is due to contaminated mamey fruit pulp from Goya Foods, recalled earlier this month. Mamey is a tropical fruit from Central America often used in smoothies.
The fruit bars were distributed in California, Arizona, and Texas in retail stores, ice cream trucks, and vending machines, the company said.
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