Food Safety News - September 27, 2017 Food 4 Less, King Soopers recall chicken salad for Listeria risk

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Food 4 Less, King Soopers recall chicken salad for Listeria risk

By News Desk

Two regional grocery store chains owned by the Kroger Co. quietly recalled chicken salad sold in their deli counters almost a week ago because it could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Food 4 Less stores and King Soopers stores sold the chicken salad, according to recall alerts that link back to a vague recall notice... Continue Reading

Shared values are the foundation for a culture of food safety

By Francine L. Shaw

To create a food safety culture in any organization, there first must be understanding of what this means. I frequently discuss the importance of having a food safety culture with operators of a variety types of companies, and they all tell me the same thing: "my company has a great food safety culture." But when I ask... Continue Reading

Contaminated soy butter still on sale 6 months after recall

By Coral Beach

Identified as the cause of an E. coli outbreak — and recalled in March — I.M. Healthy "SoyNut Butter" was still on the shelf yesterday at a Luckys Market in California, according to the mother of an 8-year-old outbreak victim. "We have friends all over the Bay Area who have been watching the situation since... Continue Reading

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