Food Safety News - March 8, 2017 SoyNut Butter Co. expands recall to all soy butters, granola

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SoyNut Butter Co. expands recall to all soy butters, granola

By Coral Beach

All varieties and sizes of the peanut butter substitute I.M. Healthy soy nut butter are now being recalled because of E. coli contamination linked to an outbreak that has sickened a dozen people across five states. The SoyNut Butter Co. is also recalling its granola products, according to its second recall expansion notice. The company... Continue Reading

Vulto Creamery recalls raw milk cheeses because of Listeria

By News Desk

Vulto Creamery initiated a nationwide recall Tuesday of all lots of four types of its raw milk cheeses and stopped production at its Walton, NY, plant because the FDA found Listeria monocytogenes in one of the products. The recall is for all lots of Vulto Creamery's Ouleout, Miranda, Heinennellie and Willowemoc soft wash-rind raw milk... Continue Reading

Rhode Island bill would OK retail sales of unpasteurized milk

By News Desk

A bill to legalize the retail sale of unpasteurized raw milk in Rhode Island remains in a Senate committee, which must act on it by April 13 or see it die. Senate Bill 247 specifies only raw cow's milk and raw goat's milk for legalization. It would require warning labels on products and in retail... Continue Reading

USDA kills 73,500 Tyson-bound chickens because of bird flu

By Dan Flynn

For the fourth year in a row, highly pathogenic H7 avian flu has struck birds the United States. A Lincoln County, TN, poultry farm that supplies Tyson Foods took the brunt of avian flu's return, when 73,500 chickens had to be destroyed to prevent them from entering the food supply or spreading the virus. Another 30... Continue Reading

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