Read more on the CNN site here.
You guys might want to check your fridge and freezer for raw Foster Farms chicken — there’s a possibly drug resistant salmonella outbreak in multiple states, including IL, that traces back to them.
No recalls yet since they are still trying to track to individual products, and govt. workers have been called back from furlough (oh brilliant, food safety furlough) to work on it. Here’s the info on the Foster Farms site, too.
It’s apparently recall week! Next up: 2.2 million dehumidifiers. These were all manufactured by one company in China, but sold under multiple different brand names. I thought some of you who invested in one after April’s flood might want to check your model numbers. See the CPSC site for more information on the recall, and see here for information on how to determine if you have an affected model and send in for a refund.
Kim shares a recall on infant Motrin — yes, another J&J recall! Oy.
Johnson & Johnson is recalling 200,000 bottles of Motrin Infants formula due to the risk that they contain tiny plastic particles.
J&J’s McNeil unit said Friday that the recall affects three lots of its popular Motrin Infants’ Drops Original Berry Flavor, which is used to lower fever and treat aches and pains in children 2 years old and younger. The company warned that the medicine may be contaminated with specs of PTFE, a plastic also used in Teflon coatings. No illnesses or injuries have been reported to date, according to the company.
Consumers should stop using the affected medicine and call the company for a refund at 1-877-414-7709. The recalled products are 1/2 oz bottles lot numbers: DCB3T01, DDB4R01 and DDB4S01.
Well, I’ve posted several deals on Chobani yogurt — so thought I’d let you guys know to check your cups. Eww.
If your cup of Chobani Greek yogurt is suspiciously swollen, a mold commonly found in dairy may be to blame.
Chobani announced Tuesday that it is pulling some of its Greek yogurt from supermarket shelves after customers complained of “swelling or bloating” in cups.
Read the full story here, including affected code dates and who to contact.
CPK crispy thin-crust white pizzas with production codes 3062525951, 3062525952 and 3063525951; CPK limited-edition grilled-chicken pizza with cabernet sauce with production code is 3059525952; DiGiorno crispy flatbread pizza Tuscan-style chicken with production codes 3057525922 and 3058525921 and DiGiorno pizzeria bianca/white pizza with production code 3068525951.
If you have an affected pizza, don’t eat it. Contact Nestle USA Consumer Services at 800-456-4394. Nestle will provide a replacement coupon to consumers and may make arrangements to retrieve the pizza for further examination.
I told you about the recent Farm Rich recall last week, but now they have expanded this recall out to other products, so check your freezer! See the list of affected products on their site and how to tell if yours may be affected.
If you think you may have an affected package or if you need additional information, please call our 24-hour Consumer Relations Helpline toll-free at 1-888-220-5955.
- If you need to speak to a representative, please call our 24-hour toll-free number 1-888-220-5955.
- If you prefer to reach us via email, please use our contact form. We typically respond to email inquiries within one to two business days.
Here’s another recall you guys might want to be aware of, this time on select Farm Rich snacks potentially contaminated with E. Coli. View their site here to see if your products are affected, and see instructions on receiving a refund or coupon for a free replacement.
Seriously? Here is another recall, this time on select 5 oz cans of Chicken of the Sea chunk white albacore. See the codes here to tell if your product is affected. Consumers looking for additional information can call our 24 hour Recall Information line at 1-800-597-5898.