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FDA asks companies to be “Recall Ready” and releases guidance on how to do so

As our laws currently stand, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration can inform a company that their product violates U.S. law and recommend the product be recalled. In order to further limit the public’s exposure to risk though, the FDA is encouraging… Continue Reading

Baby formula recall expanded after another infant’s tragic death

On February 19th we wrote about the recall of Alimentum, EleCare, and Similac baby formula after one child died and a few were sickened by a bacteria known as Cronobacter sakazakii.

 

Recalled Product:

Similac PM 60/40

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Presence of salmonella and rodent activity leads to large Family Dollar product recall

Family Dollar has issued a voluntary retail recall of numerous products shipped from their West Memphis, Arkansas distribution center to more than 400 Family Dollar stores in 5 states (AL, AR, LA, MO, MS, TN). The recall was initiated due to the… Continue Reading

Alimentum, EleCare, and Similac baby formula recalled after link to bacterial infections

The birth of a baby is one of the most stressful moments in an adult’s life. Today’s news is likely to add to the level of stress expectant and new parents are feeling. Alimentum, EleCare, and Similac baby formula have been recalled… Continue Reading

Mislabeled Skyline Chili recalled due to undeclared allergen concerns

More than 2,000 pounds of Skyline Chili Original Chili has been recalled by Morgan Foods because what was shipped to retailers was not in fact chili. Instead Cream of Chicken Condensed Soup was incorrectly labeled as Skyline Chili Original Chili.

 

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Brut and Sure aerosol spray deodorant added to benzene recall list

Benzene contamination in aerosol deodorants has led to 3 stories written by us in the last 3 months alone. Today’s post is yet another expansion of aerosol deodorants/antiperspirants. Another half dozen aerosol sprays have been added, 4 being sold as Brut and… Continue Reading

Dried plums recall due to elevated levels of lead expanded

We wrote just a little over a week ago about the recall of Lupag Dried Salted Plums due to elevated levels of lead. The recall has now been expanded to include SnakYard Dried Plums sold in Costco stores, as well as Saladitos… Continue Reading

Possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes leads to enoki mushroom recall

California based Concord Farms is recalling its Korean grown enoki mushrooms because of the possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes. The mushrooms were packaged and sold in 5.25oz. (150g) containers with Lot #045633.


 

Recalled Product:

Concord Farms Enoki Mushrooms

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More than a dozen varieties of Royal Ice Cream recalled due to listeria monocytogenes

The presence of Listeria monocytogenes has led to The Royal Ice Cream Company expanding its recall of Royal Ice Cream products to now include 14 total varieties. Each of the products was produced at their plant in Connecticut and has a manufacturing… Continue Reading

Dried Salted Plums recalled due to elevated levels of lead

Lupag Dried Salted Plums, sold by parent company Rojas Inc., have been recalled due to elevated levels of lead. Rojas Inc. is based out of Los Angeles, California. Fortunately, the distribution of these recalled plums was limited to Southern California. 


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