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Daniella Mangoes Cause Salmonella Poisoning

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned the people in California not to eat mangoes sold in many US groceries marked Daniella since it has been reported that this specific brand of fruits caused Salmonella poisoning in the 16 states in the US.

Daniella Mangoes Cause Salmonella PoisoningDaniella Mangoes Cause Salmonella Poisoning (image from cbsnews.com)

This Daniella brand sticker is marked with lot numbers: 3114, 4051, 4311, 4584 or 4959. Perhaps a warning to those consumers.

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Pancit Luglug

One noon, we had a lunch gathering in school. Of all the foods that really caught my attention was the Pancit Luglug. Honestly, I have not tried this kind of pansit or noodles. And the fact also that I don’t eat pork nor beef which are the usual ingredients of this pancit, I have much reason not to try even a fork of it.

Pancit LuglugPancit Luglug

When I saw my classmates enjoying the pancit, just that time I asked myself, getting too curious, on how this pancit really tastes like and how this one being prepared or cooked.

Tempting Swirly Desserts

I was looking for yummy and really mouth-watering foodie images from my files just to make myself crave for foods because it took me more than 24 hours to eat after I loss my appetite. That was actually nothing to worry much about. However, because I have a bad migraine and not eating is bad for me, I really need to look for ways just for me to feel empty-stomach.

So here below was what I got.

Swirly DessertsSwirly Desserts

This really tempting and swirly desserts were taken during our buffet dinner on M’s birthday this year at a hotel in Manila. I forgot the name of these desserts. Smiley

What can you say about these servings of desserts? Smiley

Contaminated Lettuce in Dublin, CA, RECALLED!

The Tanimura & Antle Inc. recalled their farm product, Lettuce vegetable due to possible contamination of Escherichia coli O157:H7 bacteria (E. Coli O157:H7).

Contaminated Lettuce in Dublin, CA

Contaminated Lettuce in Dublin, CA (image from arounddublinblog.com)

 As shown with the image above, the products are labeled with Tanimura & Antle Inc. with the UPC number 0-27918-20314-9.

 This Escherichia coli O157:H7 bacteria (E. Coli O157:H7)can cause diarrhea and even hemolytic anemia to other people. Hence, this is a warning and a precaution to shoppers.