Jamba Juice Warns About Possible Strawberry Contamination


A Jamba Juice outlet keeps its doors open following a warning to... News PhotoAgriculture,Arizona,Bacterium,California,Consumerism,Danger,Following,Frozen Food,Glendale - California,Healthcare And Medicine,Inside Of,Lettuce,Outlet,Poisonous,Smoothie,Southern California,Spinach,Strawberry,USA,Unhygienic,WeekPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2006 Getty ImagesGLENDALE, CA - DECEMBER 06: A Jamba Juice outlet keeps its doors open following a warning to consumers this week that from November 25 to December 1, a potentially deadly bacterium may have contaminated smoothies containing strawberries in Arizona, southern Nevada, and southern California December 6, 2006 in Glendale, California. The warning was issued after Jamba supplier Cleugh's Frozen Foods reported that frozen strawberries from one of its facilities was contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. At particular risk of listeriosis are pregnant women, who can suffer stillbirths and miscarriages, senior citizens, newborns, and people with compromised immune systems. The San Francisco-based Jamba said it had not received any confirmed reports of illness. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)