Give and Go Prepared Food Corporation is voluntarily recalling select muffins over concerns of food poisoning.
According to a USA Today news report, the muffins that were sold nationwide under various brand names including Uncle Wally’s and store brands including at Walmart, 7-Eleven, and Stop & Shop could have been contaminated with listeria.
Eating contaminated foods can have dangerous side effects, even causing severe illness or death in extreme cases. …Read the rest »
Tyson Foods is recalling about 8.5 million pounds of frozen and cooked chicken products over food poisoning concerns. The company and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) have announced this recall because the products could possibly be contaminated with listeria.
According to a USA Today news report, the recall includes Tyson branded products and private-label products for restaurants including Jet’s Pizza, Casey’s General Store, Marco’s Pizza, and Little Caesars. …Read the rest »
Avanti Frozen Foods issued a nationwide recall for frozen shrimp because they could have been contaminated with salmonella.
According to a news report, the brand is pulling the pre-cooked frozen shrimp products sold under nine different brands after six reports of salmonella poisoning.
The recall covers several lots of particular frozen, cooked, peeled, deveined shrimp products sold under brands including 365 by Whole Foods, CenSea, Chicken of the Sea, CWNO, Hannaford, Honest Catch, Meijer, Open Acres, and Waterfront Bistro. …Read the rest »
Olde Thompson LLC has issued a voluntary safety recall for ground coriander due to the risk of salmonella contamination. According to a report on Mashed.com, the recall involves products under the Olde Thompson name in addition to Sun Harvest Organic Ground Coriander. …Read the rest »
California-based Concord Farms is initiating an enoki mushroom recall because of potential listeria contamination. According to a report on Self.com, the brand’s recalled enoki mushrooms were grown in Korea, distributed from California to retail stores through various produce distributors, and sold in 5.3-oz/150-g and 7-oz/200-g packages.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that there have been no illnesses reported in relation to the recall, but is urging those who bought these products to return them to the place of purchase for a refund. …Read the rest »
Faribault Foods has voluntarily extended a recall of three types of canned beans after consumers alerted the company that there were breaks in the cans’ hermetic seal.
According to Consumer reports, food in an improperly sealed can is susceptible to bacterial growth, particularly the Clostridium botulinum, which could potentially cause botulism. Consuming food that comes in an unsealed container could result in food poisoning cases. …Read the rest »
Several children in Washington State have been struck by sickness after consuming yogurt contaminated by E. coli. According to a news report, the state has linked the Pure Eire Dairy Farm in Othello to the contaminated yogurt.
While these products have already been pulled from store shelves, nearly a dozen children across the state have already been sickened. The children were treated at Seattle Children’s Hospital. …Read the rest »