Food Safety News - October 21, 2017 BrightFarms recalls packaged salads, herbs for E. coli risk

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BrightFarms recalls packaged salads, herbs for E. coli risk

By News Desk

BrightFarms is voluntarily recalling packaged produce sold in Roundy's Supermarkets due to the potential presence of E. coli at its greenhouse farm in Rochelle, IL, in Ogle County. The affected BrightFarms branded products are sold at Mariano's Markets in Illinois and Metro Market and Pick 'n Save stores in Wisconsin. The recall includes the below salad... Continue Reading

Tuna loins recalled in several states for risk of Salmonella

By News Desk

Relish Foods Inc. of Culver City, CA, is recalling frozen Newport brand tuna loins because a routine, random test by the Food and Drug Administration returned results for Salmonella bacteria. Relish Foods is working with the FDA on an investigation into what caused the problem, according to the recall notice posted on the agency’s website. The recalled tuna... Continue Reading

Canada Recalls Fish Products over Botulism Concern

By News Desk

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says a variety of fish products from two grocery stores in the Toronto area are being recalled due to a risk of botulism. The agency says the affected products were sold at Yummy Market stores in northern Toronto and Maple, Ont., and include the store's brand of smoked herring, lesch, mackerel, rainbow... Continue Reading

Listeria test prompts Mann's vegetable recall in Canada, U.S.

By News Desk

Mann Packing of Salinas, CA, is voluntarily recalling freshcut vegetable products because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Mann Packing issued this recall in response to a positive result found during random test by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). To date, public health officials have not reported any illnesses associated with these products. In addition to... Continue Reading

Listeria test prompts FSIS recall of Fresh Foods chicken bowls

By News Desk

Fresh Foods Manufacturing Co. of Freedom, PA,  is recalling 701 pounds of heat-treated, not fully cooked, not shelf stable chicken products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes, the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The problem was discovered Thursday when Fresh Foods Manufacturing Co. received notification from a supplier that the broccoli used by the... Continue Reading

Peter DeCoster gets out of federal hospital prison on Monday

By Dan Flynn

Peter DeCoster, the 54-year old son of the one-time egg baron Austin “Jack” DeCoster, is set to be released Monday from the Federal Medical Center in Rochester, MN, a facility operated by the federal Bureau of Prisons. DeCoster served 90 days in federal custody. Now its his 83-year-old father’s turn to surrender himself to serve his own three-month... Continue Reading

2nd pathogen in fundraiser outbreak; jambalaya still suspect

By Coral Beach

A second pathogen is in play in a northeast Louisiana outbreak thought to be caused by jambalaya served at a softball fundraising event Monday. By Friday afternoon, 125 people were confirmed sick and investigators found some of them are positive for the bacterium Clostridium perfringens. Thursday state health officials said they had confirmed Salmonella in... Continue Reading

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