Food Safety News - December 22, 2016 Recalled tortilla products packaged with brittle clear plastic

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Recalled tortilla products packaged with brittle clear plastic

By News Desk

Customer complaints to Ruiz Food Products, Inc. in Denison, TX has led to the recall Wednesday of approximately 23,544 pounds of beef and cheese tortilla products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically brittle clear plastic, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). None of the complaints have... Continue Reading

Cilantro blamed in E. coli outbreak despite negative lab results

By Coral Beach

An E. coli outbreak this past summer in Chicago that sickened more than 100 people was likely caused by fresh cilantro, according to the city's final outbreak report, even though no food from the implicated restaurant tested positive for the pathogen. The report from the Chicago Department of Public Health, obtained through a Freedom of... Continue Reading

Dieffenbach's recalls chips for Salmonella threat in seasoning

By News Desk

Potential Salmonella contamination from powdered milk ingredients spurred Dieffenbach's Potato Chips Inc. to recall an unrevealed volume of its Sour Cream & Onion Kettle Chips. The Womelsdorf, PA, company did not indicate where it had distributed the chips. The Wednesday recall notice from Dieffenbach's also did not identify the supplier of the powdered milk that... Continue Reading

Terrorists threaten to poison food in Greece over next 2 weeks

By Dan Flynn

Members of an offshoot of the same eco-terrorist group that recently took credit for bombings say their new threats of food poisoning are not meant to hurt anyone, they’re just moving on to economic sabotage. So far they’ve generated a lot of reaction just by showing how they would poison various food and beverage items produced by four... Continue Reading

Nationwide recall for two more brands of chips for Salmonella

By News Desk

Herr Foods Inc. has issued a nationwide recall of chipotle-flavored potato chips sold under two brands because a powdered milk ingredient in the seasoning could be contaminated with Salmonella. "These products were flavored with Chipotle seasoning that contained a milk ingredient manufactured by a secondary supplier of Chesapeake Spice Co. The milk ingredient is being... Continue Reading

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