A Richmond BC (that’s in Canada) grocery store has been linked to six cases of listeriosis resulting hospitalizations. Health authorities are, according to Global News, unsure of the source.
The health authority says at least six people have been hospitalized with signs of infection due to Listeria.
Customers are urged to throw out any food that may have been contaminated including ready-to-eat meat products, sushi, produce and baked goods purchased from the store since July.
Health inspectors have closed the store and kitchen and say the store will be reopened once all health and safety standards are met.