30 Mar

Botulism Warning For Olives

An update of this post.

By Brooke Martin,

Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin alerts restaurants, retail facilities and Georgia consumers to the risk of botulism found in some imported olives.

All sizes of cans, glass jars and pouches of Cerignola, Nocerella and Castelvetrano olives are being recalled by its national distributor, Charlie Brown di Rutigliano & Figli D.r.l,, Bari, Italy.

The containers are coded with the letter “G” followed by 3 or 4 digits. The recalled product brands are: Borrelli, Bonta d Puglia, Cento, Corrado’s, Dal Raccolto, Flora, Roland and Vantia.

Botulism is a potentially fatal form of food poisoning. Early symptoms include general weakness, dizziness, double vision, trouble speaking and swallowing.

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