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FDA issues warning about Darwin’s raw cat food due to salmonella concerns

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning regarding Darwin’s Natural Pet Products raw cat food. The warning was issued after, according to the FDA, some lots tested positive for salmonella. Arrow Alliance, parent company of Darwin, was advised by the FDA to issue a recall.


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50+ products recalled by Lyons Magnus due to potential microbial contamination

Dozens of nutritional and beverage products manufactured by Lyons Magnus, and sold at stores nationwide such as BJ’s Wholesale Club, Costco, and Sam’s Club, have been recalled due to a potential microbial contamination. Aloha, Glucerna, Oatly, Kate Farms, these are just a few of the brand names the products were…

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Jif Peanut Butter salmonella contamination no longer a concern

Last month, J.M. smucker recalled nearly 50 Jif peanut butter products linked to a salmonella outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (cdc) has now declared the outbreak over. It’s believed that the salmonella contamination originated at J.M. Smucker’s Lexington, Kentucky manufacturing plant.

As we wrote in our post…

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More than 400 products recalled by Family Dollar for being improperly stored

Between May 1, 2022 and June 20, 2022, Family Dollar shipped products that were improperly stored to numerous Family Dollar stores. Family Dollar says the products were “inadvertently shipped” after being “stored outside of labeled temperature requirements”. Many of the products recalled are from well-known brands, brands such as Advil,…

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Honey recalled due to undeclared ingredient used to treat erectile dysfunction

A fancy honey sold only online by MKS Enterprise has been recalled because it contained an undeclared ingredient. The undeclared ingredient was Tadalafil, an ingredient used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). Dose VIP Vital Honey is the product in question.

Tadalafil is considered an “active pharmaceutical ingredient”. It along with…

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Elevated levels of lead means a recall of freeze-dried blueberries

Natierra Organic Freeze-Dried Blueberries have been recalled by parent company Brandstorm Inc. Two (2) lots of their blueberries sold in 1.2 ounce packages were recalled after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said they might contain elevated levels of lead. The recall by Brandsotrm Inc. was initiated after independent testing…

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Big Olaf Creamery issues “big” recall of ice cream due to listeria concerns

Sarasota, Florida based ice cream manufacturer Big Olaf Creamery has issued a recall of all flavors and lots of its ice cream because it may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Big Olaf ice cream is typically sold in retailers, restaurants, and senior homes throughout the state of Florida. It was…

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Forever chemicals in cans of Bumble Bee Smoked Clams leads to recall

Forever chemicals have now been detected by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in Bumble Bee Smoked Clams. Though they were distributed nationwide, a “limited number” of Bumble Bee Smoked Clams were affected by this recall.

 

Recalled Products:

Bumble Bee Smoked Clams

3.75 ounces

UPC# 8660075234

 

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Favorite Day Lavender Shortbread Cookies recalled due to undeclared soy or eggs

J&M Foods has issued a recall of nearly 1,500 units of their cookies sold in Target stores nationwide. A total of 1,464 packages of their Favorite Day Lavender Shortbread Cookies accidentally contained their Favorite Day Chocolate Chip Cookies instead. Because of the packaging error, it’s possible for customers that are…

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Vidalia onions recalled due to Listeria concerns

A number of Vidalia onions, a staple of the south, are being recalled over Listeria monocytogenes concerns. A&M Farms of Lyons, Georgia has issued a recall due to a Listeria contamination. The recall was initiated after internal testing found “a single pack line” to contain Listeria monocytogenes.

 

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