The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers against eating mangoes from Agricola Daniella, a supplier with multiple plantations and a single packing house located in Sinaloa, Mexico.
Testing by the FDA has found Salmonella in mangoes from this producer.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported an outbreak of Salmonella Braenderup which has infected 105 people in 16 states. The California Department of Public Health has traced several illnesses of the outbreak strain through the supply chain to Agricola Daniella.
On Aug. 29, certain lots of only the Daniella brand mangoes were recalled by Splendid Products, Burlingame, Calif. An importer in Canada also initiated a voluntary recall of only Daniella brand mangoes in that country as the result of illnesses from Salmonella Braenderup. Additionally, several firms that used Daniella brand mangoes supplied by Splendid Products in their cut fruit products, have also initiated recalls of those products, the FDA said.