28 Apr

FDA Olive Recall Does Not Affect Greek Olives

An update of this post.

From deTraci Regula,

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced an olive recall as some olives produced in Italy are contaminated with botulism, a potentially deadly bacterium.
The affected labels include cans, glass jars & pouches of Cerignola, Nocerella & Castelvetrano olives produced under the names Borrelli, Bonta di Puglia, Cento, Corrado’s, Dal Raccolto, Flora, Roland & Vantia.

Although Greece, and especially Crete, supplies olives and olive oil to many packers in Italy, the problem apparently has occured in the Italian processing plants, so Greek olives are not affected by the recall.

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