Officials: “Don’t Eat TPF Shrimp Satay or Lemongrass Satay” – Botulism

TPF Shrimp Satay
Health officials say TPF’s Shrimp Satay and Lemongrass Satay products could pose a botulism risk and should be discarded.

Health officials with California Department of Public Health, or CDPH, are warning people in several states not to eat TP Food Processing’s Lemongrass Satay and Shrimp Satay products. The two foods may pose a botulism risk, they said, because the products may have been improperly jarred.

So far, there have been no reports of any actual illnesses blamed on the foods.

TP Food Processing, Inc. is the manufacturer. The company is based in Westminster, California but sold the products in several states, including:

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Georgia
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon

These products were sold in 6-ounce glass jars, 9-ounce glass jars and half-gallon plastic jugs. If you think you might have any of this on hand you’ll want to throw them out, double-bagging them for safety.


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