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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) imposed the ban in late October, linking four separate outbreaks of salmonella to cantaloupes imported from Mexico.
To prepare the soil for planting cantaloupes, put barnyard manure on already rich, fertile land two or three times.
of Fresno, CAis voluntarily recalling cantaloupe because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
The cause turned out to be contaminated cantaloupe from a single farm, which affected consumers in 28 states.
True cantaloupe is native to Persia (now Iran), but derives its name from the Italian papal village of Cantalup, where it was cultivated around 1700 AD.
Until recently, little has been known about how the health-promoting phytochemicals or antioxidant capacity of orange-fleshed honeydews compare to those of netted cantaloupes.
Today Martori Farms is the exclusive provider of variety melons and organic cantaloupe for all 2,470 Supercenter and Neighborhood Market stores nationwide.
Castle Produce said the recall covered roughly 2,560 cartons of cantaloupes delivered on or after Feb.
In the past, USDA-ARS scientists have shown that that specific time-temperature combination treatments are capable of reducing levels of Salmonella on inoculated cantaloupes.
This report describes the investigations, which led ultimately to an import alert on cantaloupes from Mexico.
Consumers can continue to buy cantaloupes with confidence simply by purchasing California product.
Cantaloupes have been linked to several outbreaks of foodborne illness, as they have been contaminated by such pathogens as Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella.
In di Nino's garden, there seem to be poles everywhere for the benefit of her squashes, tomatoes, string beans and cantaloupes, which are just as happy to climb skyward as to trail along the ground.
But several outbreaks of food poisoning in recent years have been linked to cantaloupes, sprouts, lettuce, tomatoes, and other fresh produce.