Saturday, March 20, 2010

Recall Roundup: March 20, 2010

Here is today's list of food safety recalls, product withdrawals and allergy alerts. The live links will take you directly to the official recall notices and company news releases that contain detailed information for each recall and alert.

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United States
  • Allergy Alert: Perdue Farms, Inc. (Washington, IN) recalls approximately 10,368 pounds of fresh sweet Italian turkey sausage products because they contain undeclared milk.
  • Food Safety Recall (Update): USDA releases revised retail distribution list for Windsor Foods recall.
  • Food Safety Alert: Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) issues public health alert regarding illness from Campylobacter infections among people who have reported consuming raw milk products obtained from the Family Farms Cooperative in Vandalia, Michigan under a cow share program. Eight confirmed cases have been reported from 3 counties.
  • Food Safety Recall: John B. Sanfilippo & Son, Inc. recalls various snack mix and cashew products containing black pepper that may be contaminated with Salmonella.
  • Food Safety Recall: The Jeppi Nut Company recalls Jeppi South of the Border Mix (16oz), made with hydrolyzed vegetable protein that may be contaminated with Salmonella. The recalled item was sold in Wegman's Hunt Valley, MD store.

  • Allergy Alert: IGA and IGA Extra stores in the province of Québec recall Poulet à l'ananas (pineapple chicken) because the product contains undeclared milk and soy proteins.
  • Food Safety Recall: Canadian Food Inspection Agency alerts the public to additional Amira, Grandma Emily's Granola, El Peto Products, and Sushi Shop snacks and soup mixes that were manufactured used hydrolyzed vegetable protein from Basic Food Flavors and may be contaminated with Salmonella.

Some supermarket chains post recall notices on their web sites for the convenience of customers. To see whether a recalled food was carried by your favorite supermarket, follow the live link to the supermarket's recall web site.

*The Kroger umbrella encompasses numerous supermarket, marketplace and convenience store chains, listed on the Kroger corporate home page.

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