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Pre-packaged caramel apples recalled

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Public Health issues an advisory warning you to stay away from commercially processed caramel apples. These have been linked to listeriosis, which can cause serious life-threatening diseases and which has caused 5 deaths and 26 hospitalizations since the outbreak began. If you experience fever, diarrhea, chills, aches or nausea after consuming pre-packaged caramel apples, you should see your doctor right away. Distributors are urged to take these items off the shelf, and consumers are urged to throw them away. If you have any questions, please contact the division of environmental health at 735-7221. 
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