SPRING ROLLS RECALLED FOR MISBRANDING AND UNDECLARED ALLERGENS
Speedy Foods LLC, in Commerce City, CO, Tuesday recalled approximately 920 pounds of chicken spring roll products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. The product contains eggs, a known allergen which is not declared on the product label. The southwest chicken spring rolls… Continue Reading

READY-TO-EAT HAM FROM CANADA RECALLED FOR POSSIBLE RUBBER MATERIAL
Algona, WA-based 502 Boundary Blvd. Inc., formerly known as Fletcher’s Fine Foods Ltd., is recalling approximately 8,694 pounds of ham products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically rubber, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Wednesday. The products were produced and packed by Sofina Foods, a London, Ont.,… Continue Reading

BLUE BELL RECALLS ICE CREAM FOR LISTERIA; BLAMES SUPPLIER
Within days of heralding their products’ return to grocery stores in three states, officials with Blue Bell Creameries LP quietly recalled two flavors of cookie dough ice cream from 10 states because of Listeria concerns. Discovered to have had Listeria monocytogenes problems at its production facilities in recent years, Blue Bell remains under federal investigation… Continue Reading

HEPATITIS A COUNT HITS 276, INCLUDING SCHOOL CAFETERIA WORKER
The number of new cases of Hepatitis A being reported in Hawaii appears to be slowing, with only five additional patients being confirmed in the past week. However, foodservice workers at restaurants and an elementary school cafeteria have been confirmed as among the 276 victims, spurring public health and school officials to urge the public… Continue Reading

SCOTLAND BANS SALES BY ERRINGTON CHEESE AMID DEADLY OUTBREAK
An E. coli O157:H7 outbreak and an associated recall have both expanded in Scotland. As a result, Errington Cheese Ltd. must destroy cheese worth at least $334,000 while a top E. coli expert questions whether health officials are “over-interpreting scientific evidence.” The addition of two more confirmed cases brings the number of ill people in the outbreak… Continue Reading

 

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