Recalled Gaudiano Organic Olives Allegedly Sold in Boston

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News have reported that according to recent announcements from the FDA, organic olives distributed by a Watertown distributor had to unfortunately be recalled after being linked to cases of botulism reported from Europe.

The selling of this possible contaminated item can be traced back to SoWa Farmers Market, Foodies Urban Market and Russo’s & Sons. Other retailers might have sold the contaminated item as well.

News sources say that the U.S. Food and Drung Administration notifies consumers not to eat almond stuffed olives from the Bio Gaudiano Brand.

According to the FDA, although there were no reports of botulism in the United States, the recall was made necessary because the product had been linked to serious botulism cases in Europe. This disease is potentially fatal and although rare, the illness attacks the nervous system and causes respiratory failure.

As a Los Angeles wrongful death attorney, I hope that there will be no reports victims of this tragic illness linked to the recalled product. Personal injury lawyers can help all of you who have been threatened by a contaminated product. Don’t hesitate to contact an attorney right away so your case can be taken care of in a timely manner.