December 3, 2016

In Canada, Heinz Infant Food Recalled for Packaging Defects

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Heinz Canada is recalling some types of Heinz infant food because the packaging is defective and may allow the entry of spoilage microorganisms. The health risk is considered "very low to remote", but infants are very susceptible to food poisoning. The recalled products are all the 128 mL size. They include Peas zucchini spinach with UPC number 0 57000 03423 8, Sweet baby vegetables with UPC number 0 57000 03424 5, Beef bolognese with vegetables with UPC number 0 57000 03420 7, Beef butternut squash rice spinach with UPC number 0 57000 03421 4, Tuna sweet corn chowder with UPC number 0 57000 03422 1, and Butternut squash apricot peas couscous with UPC number 0 57000 03425 2. To see the codes on the recalled products, visit the CFIA web site. If … [Read more...]

Hunt’s Tomato Sauce Recalled for Can Defect

ConAgra Foods is recalling specific lots of 8 ounce Hunt's Tomato Sauce that were packaged oni cans that had a defect in the inner lining. There is no food safety issue with this defect, but the can could swell and the product "spurt out" when it's opened. Recalled products include Hunt's Tomato Sauce in 8 ounce cans with best if used by dates of JUL 23 2014, JUL 24 2014, AUG 29 2014, AUG 30 2014, and OCT 08 2014. Also recalled are Hunt's Tomato Sauce No Salt Added in 8 ounce cans. That product has best if used by dates of JUL 23 2014, AUG 29 2014, OCT 07 2014, and OCT 08 2014. The dates are stamped on the top or bottom of each can. The products were shipped to U.S. food stores and distributors in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, … [Read more...]

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