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Target and Fresh Market sandwiches & salads recalled due to Listeria

CNN Health is reporting that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a recall for some Fresh Market and Target salads & sandwiches over Listeria contamination concerns, similar to the hummus recall we recently wrote about. First, let’s take a look… Continue Reading

Non-toxic alternative when cleaning your outdoor furniture

Many of us take advantage of the summer days with their warmer temps and longer hours of daylight by spending more time outside. A lot of that time is spent in our very own backyards, using our favorite outdoor furniture. When the… Continue Reading

Pacific Ocean oysters sold in Canada recalled

Just a few weeks after Canada Day, our friends to the north are facing a recall of one of the Pacific coast’s delicacies. Three brands of oysters, harvested just last week, are being recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) over… Continue Reading

Ragu recalled over plastic contamination concerns

If you plan on making any of momma’s favorite Italian recipes this weekend, you're going to want to steer clear of using Ragu, as some Ragu Pasta sauces have been recalled due to a possible plastics contamination. Although, let’s be honest, you… Continue Reading

Popular brand of hummus recalled over Listeria concerns

Pit Pal Foods, a hummus company housed out of Houston, has recalled almost 100 products due to a possible Listeria “contamination”. Listeria is a bacteria that can cause listeriosis, and a listeriosis infection could lead to death.

Pit Pal Foods voluntarily recalled… Continue Reading

Back to school shopping shouldn’t include toxins

Kids across the country will be starting or returning to school over the next few weeks. This is an exciting time for kids and parents alike! Heading off to school often calls for a new list of supplies for the school year.… Continue Reading

Salmonella outbreak linked to “pig ear” dog treats

Pig ear dog treats, sold in more than half of the United States, have been recalled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control over salmonella concerns. The source of the outbreak is unknown at this time. The… Continue Reading

Bottles that contain alcohol could be carrying toxins too

A glass of wine a day is good for you the doctors say, but what does it mean for our planet? According to a new study, the bottle your favorite wine or liquor comes in could be harming our environment.

Andrew Turner,… Continue Reading

Amid arsenic concerns: one brand stops water production, another carries on

In April of this year, we wrote about the Consumer Reports’ findings that nearly a dozen brands of bottled water contained “detectable arsenic levels”. “Detectable” meaning arsenic levels measuring 3 parts per billion or more. At the time, many were unsure how… Continue Reading

Firefighters may have new protection from cancer, thanks to former firefighter

The number one cause of firefighter deaths is not fire, not directly any way. It’s actually cancer. From 9/11 first responders to local municipality firefighters across America, our brave women and men are dying of “occupational cancers”. And now, one former firefighter… Continue Reading

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