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Valentine themed fruit platters Recalled

February 17, 2017 by

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DITOS of Anchorage, Alaska is recalling 50 cases of Heart Plastic Platter Strawberries w/ Dip with Chocolate Frosting 32oz, and 30 cases of Heart Plastic Platter Mixed Fruit w/ Dip with Chocolate Frosting 40oz, because it contains undeclared soy and milk. Product was distributed in Alaska to one distributor and may have been redistributed to […]

Botulism in seal oil in Southwest Alaska, 25 sick

December 25, 2014 by

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by Doug Powell A botulism outbreak in Bristol Bay, Alaska communities is being monitored by state and local health officials, according to the state Department of Epidemiology, which said Wednesday that more than 25 people have so far been linked to a batch of contaminated seal oil produced in the village of Twin Hills. Alaska […]

Biscotti Recall for Undeclared Allergens

January 9, 2014 by

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Tonia’s Biscotti II LLC of Homer, AK is recalling Sampler Bags, Lemon Biscotti dipped in White Chocolate Bags, and individually wrapped biscotti of all flavors because they may contain undeclared wheat, milk, and soy. Tonia’s Biscotti Sampler Bags, Lemon Biscotti dipped in White Chocolate Bags, and individually wrapped biscotti of all flavors were distributed at […]

18 now sick; Campylobacter linked to raw milk in Alaska outbreak

February 23, 2013 by

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by Doug Powell The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services says that 18 people have now been identified with Campylobacter associated with consuming raw milk distributed by a Kenai-based cow-share program. Two required hospitalization. All probable and confirmed cases have been linked to consumption of raw milk from a farm on the Kenai Peninsula that […]

Three possible shellfish poisoning cases reported in Juneau

April 14, 2012 by

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ANCHORAGE — Three suspected cases of paralytic shellfish poisoning have been reported this week to the Alaska Section of Epidemiology. All three were the result of eating shellfish harvested in the Juneau area over Easter weekend. The first case, reported on April 10, was a man who went to the hospital in Juneau complaining of […]

Poisoned mussels caused two hospitalizations

June 13, 2011 by

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The Alaska Department of Public Health has warned Alaskans to avoid eating shellfish they harvest from the southeastern tip of the state after high concentrations of a poison than can kill humans was found.  State officials said scientists monitoring algae blooms near Ketchikan discovered some of the world’s highest-ever recorded levels of toxins that cause […]