FDA ON A BIG RECALL AS OF THIS WEEK!

 

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced this weekend a huge set of recalls involving salads, vegetables, pharmaceuticals, and seafood. Beginning on Friday, the FDA announced that salads that are sold by the pound at Whole Foods and vegetables sold in trays and cups at Albertsons, Safeway, and Pak’N Save were likely contaminated with Listeria. This recall impacts only the products in the stores and states listed below. The products have Sell Thru Dates up to and including 10-24-17 (October 24, 2017) and are packaged in clear plastic trays and cups of various sizes. The UPC code and Sell Thru Date can be found on the store scale label. The government agency also warned consumers that salad and basil products made by BrightFarms were possibly contaminated with E. Coli. The BrightFarms recall includes the below salad products packaged in clear, plastic clam shells with best by dates located on the label.

Food recall 10-21

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OCTOBER 23, 2017

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