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Health & Fit Almost 100,000 Pounds of Salad Sold at Target and Aldi Recalled After Testing Positive for E. Coli

00:25  22 november  2019
00:25  22 november  2019 Source:   people.com

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Gold Medal unbleached flour recall: General Mills recalls 120,000 bags General Mills is recalling about 600,000 pounds of its Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour for possible E. coli contamination. © Matt Rourke/AP Photo General Mills The voluntary recall is for bags with a "better if used by" date of September 6, 2020, according to a notice on the Food and Drug Administration website. The UPC is 000-16000-19610-0. "The recall is being issued for the potential presence of E. coli O26 which was discovered during sampling of the five-pound bag product," General Mills said in a statement Monday.

Almost 100 , 000 pounds ' worth of salad products have had to be recalled after samples of lettuce tested positive for the potentially deadly E . Coli strain 0157 A class I recall is considered a "health hazard" situation where "there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious

Manufacturers recalled the bags in 10 states on Friday. E . coli tends to fester in moisture. But a recent CDC investigation into E . coli -infected cookie dough found that's Thousands of bags of Pillsbury flour have been recalled after some tested positive for E . coli . Two specific lots of the brand's Best 5 lb.

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Missa Bay is recalling almost 100,000 pounds of salad products containing meat or poultry due to a possible E. coli contamination. Some of the affected brands under Missa Bay include Aldi, Target’s Good & Gather brand, Domino’s, Marketside and Signature.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) issued a class I recall for 38 products on Thursday after the Maryland Department of Health found one of the salads tested positive for E. coli. The full list is available here. It includes salads labeled Ready Pac Bistro Chicken Caesar, Target Bowl Chicken Caesar, and Aldi Bistro Santa Fe.

King Arthur Flour recalls some Unbleached All-Purpose Flour for possible E. coli contamination

  King Arthur Flour recalls some Unbleached All-Purpose Flour for possible E. coli contamination King Arthur Flour, in association with ADM Milling Company, announced a voluntary national recall of specific lots of its Unbleached All-Purpose Flour in 5-pound and 25-pound bags.Bakers beware: More flour has been recalled.

On Nov. 15, USDA inspectors visited Swift Beef Company in Utah after a ground beef sample tested positive for E . coli . USDA inspectors (FSIS) confirmed that Swift Beef Company was the sole source supplier for the ground beef products. Swift Beef Co. is recalling approximately 99,260 pounds of

more than 75, 000 pounds of packaged salad after seven people were hospitalized with E . coli , the US recall of 75,233 pounds of the bagged salad products sold at Walmart, Target and Aldi Pac Foods Bistro Chicken Caesar Salad from a sick person’s home and found it tested positive for E . coli .

According to the FSIS website, a class I recall — the most severe — is a “health hazard situation in which there is reasonable probability that eating the food will cause health problems or death.”

Items affected by the recall were distributed to 22 states including Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

Consumers should look for the establishment number “EST. 18502B” located inside the USDA Mark of inspection on the packaging, and a best buy date ranging from Oct. 30-Nov. 1.

The USDA is concerned that the salads may still be in people’s refrigerators even though they are past their expiration dates. Consumers are strongly advised to not eat recalled items and to either throw them out or return them immediately.

Chicken recall hits Kroger, Giant, Aldi, Food Lion, and more after products test positive for listeria contamination

  Chicken recall hits Kroger, Giant, Aldi, Food Lion, and more after products test positive for listeria contamination The recalled products include sandwiches, chicken salad, and frozen meals with chicken as an ingredient, among other items.Tip Top Poultry, Inc., of Rockmart, Georgia issued the recall in late September for frozen cooked, diced, or shredded chicken, which was sold under various brands at stores including Trader Joe's and Target.

A Utah company has recalled nearly 100 , 000 pounds of raw ground beef after investigators discovered E . coli in a sampling of products. People who get sick from toxin-producing E . coli come down with symptoms about three to four days after consumption, with many suffering bloody diarrhea

JBS USA has recalled nearly 100 , 000 pounds of ground beef over possible E . coli contamination. The products have the establishment number “Est.628" The problem was discovered last Thursday after a sample tested positive for the bacteria. The bulk raw ground beef was distributed in at least five

Symptoms of the particular strand of E. coli found include cramping, bloody diarrhea, and vomiting.

Unfortunately, salad isn’t the only food item that was recently recalled. Fresh blackberries from Fresh Thyme Farmers Market sold in September were found to possibly be contaminated with the hepatitis A virus on Nov. 20.

The FDA issued a statement that urged consumers not to eat berries purchased between Sept 9-Sept 30 even if they froze them as freezing does not kill the virus. Outbreaks have only been reported in Indiana, Nebraska, and Wisconsin, but the berries came from distribution centers that ship to 11 states: Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota,,Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

According to Food Safety News, it can take more than to 50 days for symptoms to develop, so anyone who consumed blackberries in September should continue to monitor their health.

Maryland E. coli cases possibly linked to packaged salad .
FDA investigates multistate outbreak.The health agency said it’s not likely that the item, which was part of Lot #255406963, and marked with UPC  0 77745 27249 8 and was sold in Sam’s Club stores in Maryland, is still available. It was packaged with a “Best By” date of Oct. 31.

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