August 9, 2011: GHSW Recalls Papaya Containing Products

GHSW Recalls Papaya Containing Products – On July 27, 2011, GHSW, LLC of Houston, Texas recalled its fresh cut fruit products containing papaya, because the products have the potential to be contaminated with the foodborne pathogen Salmonella. The recall was prompted after GHSW was notified that the papayas used in their products were associated with the Agromod papaya recall of July 23, 2011.  Agromod papayas were linked to a multistate Salmonella Agona food poisoning outbreak.

GHSW Recalls Papaya Containing Products – Product Information

The following GHSW products, packaged in plastic containers have been recalled:

  • Garden Highway Island Medley 10 oz., UPC 8.26766-20900.2
  • Central Market Island Medley 1 lb., UPC 8.26766-26089.8
  • Central Market Island Medley 5 oz., UPC 8.26766-26201.4
  • Central Market Papaya Spears 1 lb., UPC 8.26766-26209.0
  • Central Market Tropical Medley 1 lb, UPC 8.26766-26114.7
  • Central Market Tropical Salsa 11 oz, UPC 8.26766-26218.2

Consumers are cautioned not to eat the above recalled products, which were distributed to retail establishments and distribution centers in Texas.

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