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Discussion in 'Recipes and Cooking Tips' started by Michele, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member

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  3. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member

    Salads Recalled From Canadian Stores For Potential Listeria Contamination By News Desk | February 26, 2014[​IMG]Safeway and Buy-Low Foods in Canada are recalling Caesar salad products due to possible Listeria contamination.
    The following products were sold at Buy-Low Foods and Nesters Market in Alberta and British Columbia, and at Safeway and St. Martin’s Family Foods in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan.
    This recall was triggered by the company. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is conducting a food safety investigation, which may lead to the recall of other products. If other high-risk products are recalled, CFIA will notify the public through updated Food Recall Warnings.
    There have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of these products.

  4. Michele

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  5. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member

    NEW YORK -- Kraft Foods is recalling 242,000 cases of original flavor Kraft Macaroni & Cheese because some of the boxes contain small pieces of metal.
    The boxes have "best when used by" dates ranging from Sept. 18, 2015 through Oct. 11, 2015 and are marked with the code "C2." They were sold throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, and in some countries in the Caribbean and South America.
    The recall covers 7.25 ounce boxes that were sold individually and in packs of three, four and five.
    Kraft Foods Group Inc. says it is aware of eight incidents of consumers finding metal in the boxes, but hasn't been informed of any injuries. It says consumers shouldn't eat the macaroni and should return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.
    Consumers also can contact Kraft Foods Consumer Relations at 1-800-816-9432 between 9 am and 6 pm (Eastern) for a full refund.
    For the company's press release, head here.

  6. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member

    4C Grated Cheese Recalled Nationwide Due to Salmonella Risk
    There have been no reports of illness, but your cheese could be contaminated.


    The company 4C is recalling three types of grated cheese: 4C Grated Cheese, Homestyle Grated Cheese, and Cento Grated Cheese, because they could be contaminated with salmonella, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

    The recall includes grated cheese sold in a 6 oz. glass jar with "best by" dates between November 12, 2016 and November 12, 2018. Here's the full list of cheese affected:

    • 4C All Natural Parmesan Grated Cheese (UPC 41387-33126)
    • 4C All Natural Parmesan/Romano Grated Cheese (UPC 41387-37126)
    • 4C All Natural 100% Imported Italian Pecorino Romano Cheese (UPC 41387-77126)
    • 4C HomeStyle All Natural Parmesan Grated Cheese (UPC 41387-32790)
    • 4C HomeStyle All Natural Parmesan/Romano Grated Cheese (UPC 41387-11627)
    • 4C HomeStyle All Natural 100% Imported Italian Pecorino Romano Cheese (UPC 41387-12302)
    • Cento Parmesan Grated Cheese (UPC 70796-90502)
    • Cento Romano Grated Cheese (UPC 70796-90501)
    No illnesses have been reported yet, but the company is voluntarily recalling the products because FDA testing found the cheese could be contaminated with salmonella, which could lead to poisoning and possibly hospitalization if not treated.

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    If you have any of these jars in your house, don't consume them. You can return the cheese at the place where you purchased it, and you'll receive a full refund. Stores that carry these products are removing and throwing away any product that's still on shelves.
  7. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member

    Nathan's recalling beef hot dogs; franks may contain metal shards

    Posted on May 22, 2017 at 11:05 AM
    USDA photo composite shows hot dogs being recalled due to possible contamination by metal shards. (USDA)

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The company behind Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs is pulling more than 200,000 pounds of hot dogs from store shelves just before the Memorial Day holiday, one of the biggest barbecue weekends of the year.

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the hot dog recall after three complaints of metal shards in some packages.

    According to the USDA, small metal scraps were among a batch of beef franks manufactured by Cincinnati-based John Morrell & Co. for the Nathan's and Curtis brands.

    Two products, both manufactured on Jan. 26, are being recalled:

    • 14 oz. sealed film packages containing "Nathan's SKINLESS 8 BEEF FRANKS," with a Use By date of Aug. 19, 2017
    • 16 oz. sealed film packages containing "Curtis BEEF MASTER Beef Franks," with a Use By date of June 15, 2017
    The packages have "Est. 296" on the sides and were shipped to retail locations nationwide, according to the Associated Press.

    John Morrell & Co. notified the federal government of the issue on Friday, affecting 210,606 pounds of ready-to-eat hot dog products. The company did not say how the franks may have been contaminated with metal.

    There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions or injury due to consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about an injury or illness should contact a healthcare provider.

    Consumers who have purchased the affected products are urged to throw them away or return them to the place of purchase.

  8. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member

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