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Published on 22 February 2019

Listeria Health Advice

On Friday 22 February Glen Eira City Council was advised by the Department Health and Human Services (DHHS) that our delivered meals provider iCook Foods has been identified as a potential source of Listeria.

On Friday 22 February Glen Eira City Council was advised by the Department Health and Human Services (DHHS) that our delivered meals provider iCook Foods has been identified as a potential source of Listeria. The Department has sought our assistance in preventing this potential outbreak by requesting we discard of all food manufactured by this company. We have also been asked to advise all recipients of delivered meals of the symptoms associated with Listeria and that they should seek medical attention if required.

Council has discarded of all iCook Foods products and has advised all delivered meals clients to also dispose of iCook Foods’ products immediately.

For further information please download the DHHS fact sheet .

DHHS fact sheet

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