Food Safety News - May 7, 2017 Aunt Jemima frozen breakfast recall expands to Canada

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Aunt Jemima frozen breakfast recall expands to Canada

By News Desk

An international recall of Aunt Jemima brand frozen breakfast products spurred by the discovery of Listeria monocytogenes in a production plant has been expanded to include waffles and french toast sold nationwide in Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency posted a recall for Pinnacle Foods Canada Corp. on Saturday, following similar action of Friday by... Continue Reading

Publisher's Award: One man's meat is another man's poison

By Brenda Hall-Busch

Editor's note: This is 2017 winner of the "Publisher's Award" for essays written as part of a food safety litigation class at the University of Arkansas Law School taught by Bill Marler and Denis Stearns of the Seattle law firm MarlerClark LLP. In 2015, General Mills announced that it would produce gluten-free Cheerios and Honey... Continue Reading

Perdue recalls chicken sausage because of pieces of blue plastic

By News Desk

Three complaints from consumers who said they found pieces of blue plastic in Perdue Harvestland organic chicken sausage prompted Perdue Foods LLC to recall more than a ton of products. The Gainesville, GA, company posted the recall Saturday, according to the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service. Only one product — organic Italian chicken sausage... Continue Reading

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