U.K. Food Standards Agency orders batch of Italian olives out of country amid link to two cases of botulism in Finland

LOS ANGELES , October 26, 2011 () – A batch of Italian olives has been ordered out of the U.K. after they were linked to two cases of botulism in Finland, FoodProductionDaily.com reported Oct. 26.

The U.K. Food Standards Agency (FSA) ordered the withdrawal of Gaudiano Organic Olives, which were stuffed with almonds, after the botulism incidents in Helsinki.

The FSA said that no cases of botulism have been reported in the U.K. that were linked to this product.

The primary source of this article is FoodProductionDaily.com, Montpellier, France, on Oct. 26, 2011.

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