Guan's Recalls Enoki Mushrooms for Listeria Risk

In April 2021, Guan’s Mushroom Co. and Golden Medal Mushroom Inc. recalled Enoki Mushrooms in due to a risk of Listeria bacteria contamination.

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UPDATE: Golden Medal Mushroom Inc. Recalls Enoki Mushrooms

On April 22, 2021, Golden Medal Mushroom Inc. recalled all cases of 200-g/7.05-oz. Enoki Mushrooms (Product of Korea) due to a risk of Listeria. No illnesses were reported, but health officials in Michigan reported that a product tested positive for Listeria. The mushrooms were distributed in Texas and other states nationwide by distributors and wholesalers in Texas, California, Illinois.

Enoki Mushroom Recall for Listeria

2021 UPDATE: Guan’s Announces Another Recall for Enoki Mushrooms Due to Listeria Risk

In April 2021, one year after a deadly outbreak of Listeria, Guan’s Mushroom Co. issued another recall for all boxes of 200-g (7.05-oz) Enoki Mushrooms from China due to possible Listeria contamination. The enoki mushrooms were distributed nationwide.

Guan's Recalls Enoki Mushrooms for Listeria Risk

2020: Enoki Mushrooms Linked to Deadly Listeria Outbreak

In spring 2020, health officials reported that a deadly outbreak of Listeria was linked to enoki mushrooms from Korea. The mushrooms were sold in Texas and other states.

The Listeria outbreak infected at least 36 people in 17 states, including 4 people who died in California, Hawaii, and New Jersey, and 2 fetal deaths in pregnant women. The illnesses were reported from November 2016 through December 2019.

FDA Warns High-Risk People Not to Eat Enoki Mushrooms from Korea

On March 27,  2020, the FDA warned high-risk groups of people not to eat any enoki mushrooms from Korea, even if the mushrooms were not recalled, due to the risk of Listeria infection. These groups include the elderly, people with weakened immune systems or chronic diseases, pregnant women and their newborn babies.

Guan’s Recalls Enoki Mushrooms

In March 2020, Guan’s Mushroom Co. recalled all 200-gram/7.05-ounce plastic packages of Enoki Mushrooms (Product of Korea) after a product tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes. It was distributed in California, New York, and Pennsylvania.

Guan's Enoki Mushroom Recall

Guan’s Enoki Mushroom Recall

Enoki Mushrooms Recalled in Texas After Deadly Listeria Outbreak

On March 9, 2020, Sun Hong Foods Inc. recalled enoki mushrooms after they were linked to a deadly outbreak of Listeria food poisoning illnesses that occurred between November 2016 and December 2019.

Sun Hong Foods Enoki Mushroom Recall

Sun Hong Foods Enoki Mushroom Recall

Recalled Mushrooms Were Distributed in Texas

Sun Hong Foods recalled enoki mushrooms that were distributed in Texas. No illnesses have been reported in Texas as of March 10, 2020.

The recalled mushrooms may have been sold at Asian supermarkets, such as J&L Supermarket, Jusgo Supermarket, ZTao Market, New Sang Supermarket, and Galleria Market. The mushrooms were also sold in California, Oregon, Washington, Illinois, and Florida.

CDC Warns High-Risk People to Avoid Enoki Mushrooms

The recalled enoki mushrooms do not account for all of the illnesses, so it is likely that other enoki mushrooms labeled as “Product of Korea” are contaminated with Listeria, according to the CDC.

Therefore, health officials are warning all high-risk people to avoid eating enoki mushrooms from Korea. That includes pregnant women, people age 65 and older, and people with weak immune systems.

How Many People Are Sick?

As of March 10, 2020, the outbreak has infected at least 36 people with Listeria in 17 states, including 4 people who died in California, Hawaii, and New Jersey. Six victims are pregnant women, two of whom suffered a miscarriage, according to the CDC Outbreak Investigation.

Warning Signs & Symptoms of Listeria Food Poisoning

The signs of a Listeria monocytogenes infection can appear as early as 1 day after eating contaminated food, or up to 70 days, but it usually takes 1 to 4 weeks for symptoms to appear.

Pregnant women may have mild symptoms, such as a fever, flu-like illness, fatigue, or muscle aches, before they suffer a miscarriage, stillbirth, or life-threatening infection of the newborn baby.

People who are not pregnant may experience symptoms of a Listeria infection like a headache, stiff neck, confusion, loss of balance, and convulsions in addition to fever and muscle aches.

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