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Food Safety News - January 8, 2016 Mandarin Oranges in Bottle Recalled

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Mandarin Oranges in Bottle Recalled

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Milky Way International Trading Corp. today announced the recall of Nice! Mandarin Oranges in 8-ounce bottles due to potential glass in the product. The affected product was distributed to Walgreens stores nationwide and displays one of the lot numbers listed below. Consumers could potentially be cut or injured if ingested. To date there have been... Continue Reading

Cranberry Candy Recalled Due to Almonds

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Cape Cod Provisions LLC of Pocasset, MA is recalling Cape Cod Cranberry Candy™ and Harvest Sweets™ Milk Chocolate/Dark Chocolate/Yogurt Covered Cranberry Blend (mix of all three varieties in the package) because they may contain undeclared yogurt covered almonds. These products can further be identified by their UPC codes; Cape Cod Cranberry Candy™ UPC 6 12681... Continue Reading

Pretzels with Walnuts Recalled

By News Desk

All lots of New Year’s Pretzels prepared and sold individually from the Bakery department inside the Carmel Market District located at 11505 N Illinois Street in Carmel, Indiana since December 26 have been  recalled by Giant Eagle, Inc. due to an undeclared walnut allergen. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to walnuts run... Continue Reading

New dietary guidelines show potential conflict between safe and healthy

By Cookson Beecher

Time was that food and medicine were two different things. Food was for eating and medicine was for curing diseases. It was as simple as that. Take a look at the recently released 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and you'll see that things have changed. Food is now viewed as a form of preventive medicine... Continue Reading

Most Feared Salmon Virus Has Arrived in BC Waters

By News Desk

The European variant of infectious salmon anaemia virus (ISAV) was said to have arrived in British Columbia almost five years ago, but then the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said it was not so after testing two suspect salmon. That was in 2011. But if British Columbia was ISAV-free then, it almost certainly is not now,... Continue Reading

Loyalty Card Lawsuit Likely to End With Settlement

By Coral Beach

Settlement negotiations could be nearing conclusion in a federal civil case that pits consumers against Safeway Inc. in a quest for increased communication from the retailer during food recalls. The case seeks an order forcing Safeway to use loyalty card data to notify customers about recalls of food they have purchased. If the consumers prevail,... Continue Reading

Blue Bell says it's still got Listeria in its facility

By Coral Beach

Officials with Blue Bell Creameries say they are still finding Listeria bacteria in their facilities, but that their enhanced cleaning procedures are working. The company recalled all of its ice cream and other frozen dairy products April 20, 2015, after an enhanced sampling program found Listeria monocytogenes in more than one product and in more than one... Continue Reading

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