Tainted strawberries cause hepatitis scare and layoffs
- School feeders pluck strawberries from menus. King, Paul // Nation's Restaurant News;04/14/97, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p1
Reports on the decision of school foodservice officials and contract companies in 15 states and the District of Columbia to pull out strawberries from school lunch menus following an outbreak of hepatitis A linked to tainted berries. Instructions to states known to have received suspect lots of...
- Hepatitis A alert. Marcus, Mary Brophy // U.S. News & World Report;04/14/97, Vol. 122 Issue 14, p89
Reports that an outbreak of hepatitis A among schoolchildren and teachers was traced to a batch of frozen strawberries served in Michigan school cafeterias. The finding in 1997 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Other states which received strawberries from Mexico; Information...
- Boosting ellagic acid in strawberries. Stanley, Doris // Agricultural Research;Aug97, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p16
Reports that strawberries contain ellagic acid, a natural organic compound that some studies have shown to have a beneficial health effect. Part of strawberry plant that produces the highest amount of the acid; Studies underway to increase the plants' production of the acid.
- strawberries ripe for the eating. Quick, Susie // Health (Time Inc. Health);May2003, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p151
Presents an overview of a research finding on the role of strawberries in promoting heart and circulatory health.
- Judge gives A&W 60 days to recall strawberries. // Nation's Restaurant News;09/29/97, Vol. 31 Issue 39, p2
Reports on the decision of a federal judge regarding produce supplier Andrew & Williamson Sales Co. in San Diego, California. Retrieval of frozen strawberries stored at schools in 16 states and the District of Columbia; Tracing of outbreak of hepatitis A in Michigan to the strawberries.
- Berry good recipes. // Body Bulletin;June97, p2
Presents a list of recipes using strawberry that is low in fat and rich in vitamin C. Berry Skinny Dippin'; Light Strawberry Chocolate Dip; Light Strawberry Cheesecake; Strawberry Yogurt Freeze.
- Healthy, Heart-ful Strawberries. Zanteson, Lori // Environmental Nutrition;Jun2013, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p8
The article provides information on the health benefits and facts related to strawberries, and recommends which strawberries should be consumed.
- Eat Your Medicine. KARRAS, TULA // Parenting School Years;May2011, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p87
The article offers information on the health benefits of certain foods that can be found in kitchen such as strawberries, yogurt and ginger.
- The fruit bad guys fear most. McCord, Holy // Prevention;Sep96, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p56
Editorial. Reports that strawberries have the highest in total antioxidant power. Meanest fruit in helping our bodies clean up free radicals and renegade particle; Other fruits that contain antioxidants; Analysis of five commercial fruit juices. INSET: Use your head, not headlines.