The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has intensified efforts to notify consumers and foodservice operators about a nationwide recall of imported frozen mamey fruit pulp linked to potentially life-threatening typhoid fever illnesses in California and Nevada. As a precaution, the FDA is advising consumers with an interest in ordering mamey smoothies or drinks made with that fruit to ask their market or juice bar operator what brand of mamey pulp they're using. The agency also urged ...
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