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Wildway, Trader Joe's grain-free granola recalled for Listeria

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Trader Joe's and Wildly LLC are recalling their grain-free granola because a supplier notified them that an ingredient used in the granola "has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes." San Antonio-based Wildly LLC posted the recall with the Food and Drug Administration June 14, naming its own branded grain-free granola and the Trader... Continue Reading

NJ firm recalls 15 tons of poultry, beef for lack of milk on labels

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Golden Platter Foods Inc. of Newark, NJ, has recalled 15.8 tons of ready-to-eat, breaded poultry and beef products because they were made with batter and cracker meal that contained milk, a known allergen that isn’t declared on the labels. Under federal law, the labeling problem is considered “misbranding” because milk is one of several allergens that must be... Continue Reading

Loving Pets, Whole Hearted dog treats recalled for Salmonella

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Dogs and their owners are at risk of contracting Salmonella infections from eating and handling treats sold under the Loving Pets and Whole Hearted brands, according to a recall notice posted Wednesday by the FDA. Loving Pets of Cranbury, NJ, initiated the recall after routine food safety testing revealed Salmonella contamination of an ingredient from a... Continue Reading

Survey shows decrease of campylobacter in UK fresh chicken

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The British Food Standards Agency on Wednesday published the latest results from its survey of campylobacter on fresh, shop-bought, United Kingdom-produced chickens, reporting a drop of almost 10 percent compared to 2016. Across the market, 6.5 percent of chickens tested were positive for the highest level of contamination, carrying more than 1,000 colony-forming units per gram (cfu/g).... Continue Reading

Foodborne illness ravages Iraqi refugees; charity blamed

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In a refugee camp in Iraq, more than 800 people became sick and two may have died from a suspected foodborne illness that some in the region are saying was orchestrated by a charity group. Media reports quoted Iraqi Health Minister Adila Hamoud earlier this week as having said two deaths had been caused by... Continue Reading

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