Articles in the Recalls Category
It seems like the recall of peanut butter products are never ending.
Turkey Hill has voluntarily recalled six ice cream and frozen yogurt products. Target recalled sixteen products that are sold under the Archer Farm and Market Pantry brands. Kashi is also recalling some of its granola bars and cookies.
Head on over to the FDA website for a comprehensive list of all products that have been recalled.
Ah, the plot thickens. Seems like the nationwide salmonella outbreak was something that was bound to happen. The peanut butter plant in Georgia responsible for the outbreak has a history of cleanliness standard violations. The plant is no longer in operation.
From New York Times.com
The plant in Georgia that produced peanut butter tainted by salmonella has a history of sanitation lapses and was cited repeatedly in 2006 and 2007 for having dirty surfaces and grease residue and dirt buildup throughout the plant, according to health inspection reports. Inspection reports from 2008 …
Starbucks is the latest victim of the peanut butter salmonella contamination. The corporation is removing all of its peanut butter products in the US and Canada as a precaution. While the peanut butter in question is not supplied to Starbucks, it is not taking any chances.
More companies have joined the peanut butter recall list in the attempt to mitigate salmonella exposure to the public. General Mills Inc., Kroger Co., Safeway Inc., and Meijer Inc. are the recent addtions to the list. The source of the outbreak has been traced back to Peanut Corporation of America’s peanut butter and peanut paste plant in Georgia.
Head on over to the FDA’s website for a complete list of recalled products.
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The source of the salmonella outbreak that has spread to 43 states has been traced back to a peanut butter supplier. The peanut butter was sold to food service providers by King Nut Companies, so those off-the-shelf brands like Skippy and Jif look to be quite alright. The outbreak has sickened over 400 people and is also linked to three possible deaths. About two years ago, a similar salmonella outbreak came from Peter Pan brand peanut butter and was linked to at least 625 cases.
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Recall, recall, recall. Will this ever end? The latest recall victim is a lady who we’ve grown to love in our kitchen. No, not mom. I’m talking about Aunt Jemima! Quaker Oats Co is recalling a small number of Aunt Jemima Pancake & Waffle Mix products because of possible salmonella contamination.
A small quantity of the following products are being recalled: Aunt Jemima Pancake & Waffle Mix: Original, Original Complete and Buttermilk Complete.
Here are the other details:
2 pound and 5 pound boxes