Salmonella contamination in brie has sickened five. An outbreak strain of Salmonella Duisburg linked to Jule’s Cashew Brie has infected five people in California, Tennessee, and Florida. As of April 23, two people have been hospitalized but not have died. Jule’s Foods has issued a recall of its cashew brie (classic), truffle cashew brie, black garlic cashew brie, artichoke spinach dip, and vegan ranch dressing. Severe salmonella symptoms include fever, diarrhea, stomach cramps, and dehydration. Products were distributed to primarily independently owned grocery stores in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Texas.
Crunchy, spicy nuts may contain milk. Those with dairy allergies are warned that Crunchy Cheddar & Jalapeno Nuts from Wolfies Roasted Nut Company have been removed from store shelves due to an undeclared milk allergen as of April 23. Various stores in Ohio have sold the product.
Beware the beans. Faribault Foods is removing from sale 15-ounce (oz) cans of S&W Organic Black Beans, 15-oz cans of O Organic Brand Black Beans, and 15-oz cans of O Organic Brand Chili Beans because the cans may have a compromised hermetic seal. The products have “best-by” dates ranging from January 31 to February 4, 2023.
Mushrooms may have listeria contamination. Guan’s Mushroom Co. recalled all cases of its 7.05-oz packages of Enoki Mushroom (Product of China) on April 20 because it may be potentially contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The product is sold in California, New York, and Pennsylvania.
As of April 22, Golden Medal Mushroom has also recalled all cases of its 200g/7.05-oz packages of Enoki Mushrooms because it has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The mushrooms were distributed to California, Illinois, and Texas.
Milk in potato chips may trigger an allergic reaction. Shearer’s Foods issued an allergy alert on April 19 regarding undeclared milk in Raley’s Salt & Vinegar Flavored Potato Chips. The chips have a “sell-by” date of May 17 and were distributed at Raley’s retail stores in California. The products are sold nationwide and have a “sell by” date of April 8, 2023 or earlier.
A coffee substitute may contain nut and barley. Creative Foods withdrew two products — Bueno Coffee Substitute Creamy Hazelnut and Bueno Coffee Substitute Pecan Praline — from sale as of April 17 because they both may contain undeclared peanut, hazelnut, or barley (gluten).
Undeclared almonds spell trouble for the Goodtime Bunny. Those with allergy to almonds beware of the Mr. Goodtime Bunny from Lake Champlain Chocolates. The chocolate, which has an expiration date of 11/20/21 and was sold in nine states (CA, CT, MA, NH, NY, RI, TX, VT, VA), contains almonds, which are not declared on the label.
Anchovies may be hidden in the salsa. Jose Madrid Salsa has removed its 13-oz Strawberry Mild salsa due to an undeclared anchovy allergen. The products were sold at farmer’s markets in Ohio from 3/26/2018 to 3/29/2021.
Waiter! There’s undeclared egg in my lobster bisque. On April 15, a recall was issued for the 16-oz Panera at Home Lobster Bisque due to potential contamination with an undeclared egg allergen. This item is only sold in refrigerated cases in the deli department of grocery-retail stores; it is not sold at any Panera bakery-cafe. The product has a use-by date of 5/17/2021 and is sold in 20 states (CA, CO, GA, IL, IN, KS, MA, MD, MI, MO, NC, NE, NJ, OK, OR, PA, TX, VA, WA, and WI).
Trader Joe’s white corn tortillas may contain undeclared milk. As of April 13, Trader Joe’s Restaurant Style White Corn Tortilla Chips with a sell by date of 08/09/21 and 08/10/21 are being taken off shelves due to a potential of an undeclared milk allergen.
Walnuts are mislabeled as chocolate espresso beans. Dark chocolate walnuts from Torn & Glasser of Los Angeles were mislabeled as “dark chocolate espresso beans.” The espresso beans have been recalled as of April 13, but were sold at Kroger divisions in 30 states across the country beginning March 3.
Cat food could cause Salmonella infection. J. M. Smucker Co, on April 12 announced a limited, voluntary recall of two lots of 30-pound bags of Meow Mix Original Choice Dry Cat Food (30 lb bag) due to potential salmonella contamination. The products have best-sold dates of 9/14 and 9/15/2022, and were sold at Walmarts in IL, MO, NE, NM, OK, UT, WI, and WY.
More pet foods have contamination trouble. Because of potential salmonella contamination, dog and cat food brands including CanineX, Earthborn Holistic, Venture, Unrefined, Sportmix Wholesomes, Pro Pac, Pro Pac Ultimates, Sportstrail, Sportmix and Meridian brands are being taken from store shelves. The products have an expiration date of August 2, 2022.
Coconut may be lurking in the Hostess Snoballs. Hostess Brands is taking some Snoballs off the shelves because the packaging fails to list coconut as an ingredient. They have a “best by” date of May 27, 2021.
Unexpected milk may be in the milk and berries. Goji Berries and Chocolate Cookies, distributed in Washington and Oregon retail stores such as Whole Foods Market and Market of Choice, may have traces of milk proteins, which occurred due to cross contamination at the chocolate supplier’s facility. The expiration dates range from 06/10/2021 to 08/20/2021.
Hazelnuts may be hidden in the waterfall cake. A recall was issued by Rise Baking Company of York, Pennsylvania, on March 31 because packaging of Harris Teeter Brand 8-inch three-layer Cookies and Creme Cake and Dawn Food Products Brand 7-inch two-layer Vanilla Bean Waterfall Cake did not reveal the presence of hazelnuts.
There’s wheat in the milk balls. Sweetie Candy Co. has removed its Chocolate Malt Balls and Chocolate Malted Milk Balls due to an undeclared wheat allergen as of end of March. The product is sold in the Cleveland area.
Hummus may have salmonella contamination. About 2,100 cases of 10-oz Classic Hummus from the Sabras Dipping Company with a “best Before” data of 4/26/21, have been pulled from stores because it is potentially contaminated with salmonella. The product was distributed in AL, AZ, AR, CA, FL, IN, MS, ME, MS, NE, NC, NJ, UT, VA, WA, and WI.
Salmon burgers may contain pieces of metal. Trident Salmon Burgers, Net Wt. 3 lbs (48 oz) sold at Costco stores in AL, FL, GA, KS, LA, MS, NC, OK, PR, SC, TN, and TX may contain small pieces of metal. The product has “best by” date of 01/14/2023. Consumers who already have the product can return the item to their local Costco for a full refund.
Real Water could cause hepatitis. All sizes of Real Water brand drinking water have been removed from sale as of March 24 because it may be linked to certain instances of nonviral hepatitis. The product has been sold at several locations throughout the United States and on Amazon.com.
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