Enoki mushrooms linked to Listeria outbreak


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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports investigating a multi-state outbreak Listeria infections.

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Two people have had an outbreak of the strain Listeria It has been reported, one from Michigan and one from Nevada. Both were hospitalized, and no deaths were reported.

Patient interviews and laboratory results show that enoki mushrooms are contaminated with Listeria Make people sick.

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Both patients reported eating enoki mushrooms or eating at restaurants that had menu items containing enoki mushrooms.

The outbreak strain was previously found in one sample of Enoki mushrooms collected by the Food and Drug Administration. However, to date, the company associated with this sample has not been identified as a possible source of the enoki fungus in this outbreak.

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Investigators are working to identify specific types of enoki mushrooms that may have been contaminated with an outbreak strain Listeria.

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