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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a food safety alert linked to several fruits.
On Friday, November 17, the HMC Group Marketing, Inc., which does business as HMC Farms, voluntarily recalled peaches, plums and nectarines sold in retail stores between May 1 and November 15, 2022, and between May 1 and November 15, 2023.
The recalled fruit involves two pound bags branded “HMC Farms” or “Signature Farms”, according to the CDC. It also includes individual fruit with a sticker that has “USA-E-U” and a number:
The company said in a press release that the fruit is being recalled because it has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.
According to the company, healthy individuals who are infected may only suffer short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. In more serious cases, health officials say Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women.
The CDC recommends consumers who do have the infected fruit to take the following steps:
The CDC tells Fox News Digital that any businesses who still have the recalled fruit in stores should not serve or sell any of the fruit or food made with the fruit and follow the FDA’s safe handling and cleaning advice.
The CDC added that investigators are working to determine if any additional fruit or products made with these fruits may also be contaminated.
A Wayne County resident took home the jackpot from the Michigan Lottery, and it nearly knocked his socks off — literally.
The 38-year-old lottery winner played the Fantasy 5 jackpot for just $1 and won a $472,295 prize, according to the Michigan Lottery media release.
The winner’s five numbers matched the winning drawing on Oct. 28 — 03-04-09-19-39, lottery officials reported.
The winning ticket was purchased from Victor’s Market, located at 17104 Quarry Street in Riverview which is 15 miles southwest of Detroit.
“I play Fantasy 5 regularly and pick my own lucky numbers based on some research I do online,” the player, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the Michigan Lottery.
“When I saw the message and confetti on the screen, I dropped my coffee and went running into the house so fast that my shoes came off!” he said.
The winner recently visited lottery headquarters in Lansing to claim his top prize.
He plans on investing his winnings in his future retirement plans, the Michigan Lottery reported.
Lottery players can take part in the Fantasy 5 for only $1, with several incremental additions that can help players win up to $500 instantly or even $110,000, according to the Michigan lottery.
The Michigan Lottery has contributed more than $27 billion toward education, since the organization was founded in 1972, the Michigan Lottery’s website states.
In 2022, the lottery contributed $1.248 billion to public schools across the state.
“For every $1 spent on lottery, 63 cents goes to prizes, 25 cents goes to the School Aid Fund, 9 cents goes to retailer and vendor commissions and 3 cents is used for lottery operations,” the Michigan Lottery reported.
The Michigan lottery holds to a mission that strives to “maximize net revenues to supplement state education programs, provide fun and entertaining games of chance and operate all games and bureau functions with nothing less than total integrity,” the lottery’s website states.
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