FDA Warns Against Mexican Mangoes Over Salmonella Fears

Law360, Chicago (September 14, 2012, 4:58 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning Friday against eating mangoes from Mexican mango supplier Agricola Daniella following its reported connection to an outbreak of salmonella that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said had infected more than 100 people in 15 states.

The FDA said its own testing had found salmonella braenderup in mangoes from the company and that it had placed Agricola Daniella on import alert, meaning mangoes from the company will be denied admission to the U.S. unless the importer...
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