Most Recalled Food Of the Year Enoki Mushroom

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Romaine and ground beef are routinely recalled due to contamination and food safety reasons. This year, a different item was most removed off shelves.

Enoki mushrooms were involved in 11 listeria-related recalls in 2022, 10 of which occurred in the first four months. It has been the worst food.

Cheese, leafy greens, and ground beef—competitors for second place—have received half as many recalls this year.

Over 20 enoki mushroom recalls have occurred since 2020. 36 Americans with listeria between 2016 and 2020, four of them died.

In July, the FDA allowed its Import Divisions to store Korean enoki mushrooms without physical testing. Korea, China, and Taiwan have recalled all mushrooms in the past two years.

Due to the difficulties of maintaining excellent hygiene at medium-sized mushroom farms, enoki mushrooms may be a high-risk reservoir for L. monocytogenes.

Bacteria, found in soil, water, and decaying plant matter, thrives in chilly, damp settings. Mushrooms' high-humidity habitat is optimal for bacterial development.

Enoki mushrooms were related to another listeria epidemic on November 17, which hospitalised two persons in Michigan and Nevada. Enoki mushrooms were eaten by both people.

The FDA said that Green Day Produce Inc. recalled its 7.5-ounce enoki mushroom packages due to listeria contamination.

The government reported that "this brand doesn't appear to be connected" to the listeria epidemic. Green Day Produce enoki mushrooms have not caused any diseases.

Listeria can cause high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, stomach discomfort, and diarrhoea.

The bacterium can cause "serious and sometimes deadly infections" in small children, fragile or old adults, and those with weaker immune systems.

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