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Food Recall for Dried Egg Products Expanded

Food Recall Expanded for Dried Eggs Due to Potential Salmonella Contamination food recall for several dried egg products due to a potential salmonella contamination in February of this year. Now, the company has expanded the food recall because the problem has not yet been solved. Nutriom’s food recall covers an additional 82,884 lbs of dried … [Read more...]

Dried Fruit Under Food Recall for Salmonella

Costco Freeze-Dried Fruit Potentially Contaminated with Salmonella, Under Food Recall Oregon Freeze-Dry Inc, based in Albany, OR, has issued a food recall for Kirkland Signature dried fruits, which was sold exclusively through Costo Wholesale Stores, after reports that the fruit could be contaminated with salmonella. The company said that it has … [Read more...]

Food Recall for 200,000 Lbs of Egg Product Due to Salmonella

Manufacturer Issues Class I Food Recall for 200,000 of Egg Products Because of Salmonella Contamination Nutriom, LLC, has issued a Class I food recall after discovering salmonella contamination of its OvaEasy and Egg Crystal products. The food recall covers 226,710 lbs of processed eggs which were produced between February 28th, 2013 and February … [Read more...]

Tomatoes Under Food Recall Due to Potential Salmonella Infection

Big Red Tomatoes Issues Food Recall Due to Potential Salmonella Contamination Big Red Tomato Packers, LLC, based in Ft. Pierce, Florida, have issued a voluntary food recall for 790 boxes of tomatoes due to a potential salmonella contamination. The recall covers lot 1106, sold in 20 and 25-lb units. Tomatoes from the lot were distributed to a … [Read more...]

Tyson Foods Issues Food Recall for 34,000 Lbs of Chicken

Food Recall for 34,000 Lbs of Tyson Foods Chicken Due to Salmonella National chicken processor Tyson Foods has issued a food recall for 33,840 lbs of mechanically-separated chicken products which may be contaminated with salmonella, according to the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. The USDA has stated that the … [Read more...]

More Blue Cheese Under Food Recall for Salmonella

Georgia Company Issues Food Recall for Blue Cheese for Possible Salmonella Contamination Flat Creek Farm & Dairy, based in Swainsboro, Georgia, has issued a food recall for some of their blue cheese products after the Georgia Department of Agriculture revealed possible salmonella contamination in the manufacturing process. The food recall … [Read more...]

Blue Cheese Under Food Recall Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

Blue Cheese Under Scrutiny in Food Recall Because of Possible Salmonella Contamination Flat Creek Farm & Dairy of Swainsboro, Georgia, has issued a food recall for 200 pounds of Heavenly Blue Cheese because of a potential contamination with Salmonella enteritidis. Flat Creek stated that as of November 27th, 90% of the product under the food … [Read more...]

Report Says Imported Spices Contaminated with Salmonella, Insects, “Filth”

USDA Food Safety Report Shows Imported Spices Contain Fecal Matter, Salmonella, Insects A new analysis on food safety from the US Food and Drug Administration, released on Wednesday, October 30th, shows that about 12% of spices imported to the United States are contaminated with insects, rodent hairs, feathers, or food-borne pathogens like … [Read more...]

Cooked Chicken Becomes Part of Salmonella Food Recall

Costco Issues Food Recall for Cooked Chicken Due to Salmonella A Costco store in the San Francisco Bay Area has issued a food recall for Foster Farms Rotisserie chicken, due to possible salmonella contamination. The retailer’s food recall covers 40,000 lbs of Foster Farms and associated Kirkland Farms chicken, including 8,800 Kirkland Signature … [Read more...]

Salmonella Outbreak Sickens Hundreds, No Food Recall

Raw Chicken Causes Salmonella Illnesses in 18 States, But No Food Recall A massive outbreak of salmonella has caused 278 people across 18 states to become ill, according to an announcement from the US Department of Agriculture on Monday, October 7th. So far, 33 people have been hospitalized due to the severity of their infection. However, so far … [Read more...]

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