The FDA reported that Pacific Trellis Fruit, LLC dba Dulcinea is recalling 4,872 cases of Malichita brand whole cantaloupe. The voluntary recall is due to the FDA's ongoing investigation of an outbreak involving Malichita brand cantaloupe. The cantaloupes have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The products were distributed between October 18th and 26th in California, Illinois, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wisconsin and sold in various retail supermarkets. The whole cantaloupe is packed in corrugated cartons, and the price look-up sticker is labeled "Malichita." This is an ongoing outbreak, and several illnesses have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States and Canada. To date, Pacific Trellis Fruit has not received any reports of illness. @ https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/pacific-trellis-fruit-recalls-malichita-brand-cantaloupes-due-possible-health-risk
Pacific Trellis Fruit recalled Malichita cantaloupes due to Salmonella
Pacific Trellis Fruit Recalls Malichita Brand Cantaloupes Due to Possible Health Risk
Pacific Trellis Fruit, LLC dba Dulcinea is initiating a voluntary recall of 4,872 cases of Malichita brand whole cantaloupe.