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Dried fish warning in St. Paul

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is issuing a consumer advisory.

It says dried, uneviscerated fish sold from the Shwe Karen Market of St. 87 more words

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MDA Issues Consumer Advisory For Fish From St. Paul Market

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has issued a consumer advisory for dried fish from a St. Paul market due to concerns about botulism. 66 more words

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March Updates

Hello everyone! If you are like me cabin fever has set in and I’m so happy to see spring on the horizon. Folks are getting ready for spring vendor events and soon opening farmers markets. 346 more words

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Gypsy moth to be targeted in Winona County

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Winona County will be the site this spring of a campaign against the gypsy moth.

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is planning aerial treatments to wipeout an infestation that was detected in the county in 2016.  78 more words

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Happy New Year 2017!

Hello everyone! It’s a new year with new opportunities and a whole lot of hope that it’s a great one for us all!

2016 ended with a total of 1,973 registered cottage food producers in Minnesota. 735 more words

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Warning over some southern Minnesota beef jerky

ST. PAUL, Minn. – People are being warned to avoid Nick’s Pepper Beef Jerky because it could contain lead shot.

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says there are no reports of any illnesses associated with the product from Nick’s Meats and Grocery in Hayward, but a consumer reported finding lead shot in the jerky and it has been removed from store shelves. 98 more words

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MDA: Fish Sold At Twin Cities Market May Have Botulism

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The threat of botulism is behind a consumer advisory for people who bought fish at a Spring Lake Park market.

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says uneviscerated dried pike and bony fish sold at Asia Market between May 17 and June 10 may be contaminated with Clostridium botulism, a type of food poisoning that can be fatal. 48 more words

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