December 22, 2020

Deli Express, Market Sandwiches Recalled For Listeria Monocytogenes

E.A. Sween is recalling several different types and brand names of premade ready-to-eat sandwiches, including Deli Express and Market Sandwich, for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. These products were made with chicken products that have been recalled for possible contamination. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this recall. These products could have been sold in the continental United States, Hawaii, and Guam through convenience stores and grocery and mass retail outlets. The brand names of the recalled products include Deli Express, Market, Archer Farms, Good to Go, and Kum & Go. The recalled products are Deli Express Chicken Salad Wedge, Deli Express Tuna Salad Wedge on Wheat, Deli Express Egg Salad Wedge, Market Sandwich Dill Egg Salad, … [Read more...]

Supermom’s and Hometown Kitchen Sandwiches Recalled For Listeria

Northern Tier Bakery LLC of Saint Paul Park, Minnesota is recalling Chicken Salad Sandwiches that were sold under the brand names Supermom's and Hometown Kitchen for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. This recall was initiated after the company's chicken suppler, Tip Top Poultry, told the company about the potential Listeria contamination. Tip Top recalled several brands of their ready-to-eat frozen diced cooked chicken products on September 30, 2019. There have been no reports of illnesses from consumption of these products to date. These Chicken Salad Sandwiches were available at Speedway and other convenience stores in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The recalled sandwiches have "Enjoy Through" dates of 9/30, 10/1, 10/2, 10/3, 10/4, and 10/7. The sandwiches are packaged in black … [Read more...]

Kale Chicken Caesar Pasta Sold at Fresh Market Recalled

The Fresh Market is recalling Kale Chicken Caesar Pasta that is sold by the pound in their full service deli case, and pre-packaged in the self-service deli case for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. This recall was prompted by a supplier recall of one of the ingredients used in this product. The supplier is Freshway Foods. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this issue. All of the products have been removed from stores and destroyed, but consumers probably purchased this product before the recall was issued and may have it in their home refrigerator or freezer. If you purchased Kale Chicken Caesar Pasta do not eat it, even if you plan to reheat it. Cross-contamination may occur with other foods, or utensils or kitchen surfaces may pick up the … [Read more...]

Sandwiches Recalled in Canada For Possible Listeria Monocytogenes

Three recalls have been issued in Canada for sandwiches that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria. The brands are Deli Chef, ONroute, A Bis Gourmet, Timothy's, and Quality Fast Food. The foodborne illness outbreak associated with frozen diced chicken triggered these recalls, but no illnesses have been associated with these specific products. Some facilities may have received these products and repackaged them under different names. You can see pictures of product labels at the CFIA web site. The first recall is for Deli Chef chicken salad, egg salad, ham salad, and roast turkey sandwiches. You can see the package sizes, UPC numbers, and product codes at the CFIA web site. The sandwiches were distributed in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Possibly National, … [Read more...]

Many Brands of Frozen Cooked Chicken Recalled For Possible Listeria

Many different brands of frozen cooked chicken are being recalled in Canada for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. These recalls were rolled out in two separate announcements. There is an outbreak of human illness that may be associated with Rosemount brand cooked diced chicken. We don't know if any illnesses are associated with any of these specific products. The first recall is for diced frozen cooked chicken sold under four brand names: Tip Top Poultry, Reuven International, Sysco, and AlimPlus. These products were imported into the country. You can see the product names, package sizes, UPC numbers, and pack dates at the CFIA web site. These products were distributed to hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals, and nursing homes in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, … [Read more...]

Consider Bardwell Farm Recalls Three Cheeses For Possible Listeria

Consider Bardwell Farm LLC of West Pawlet, Vermont is recalling three cheeses: Slyboro, Dorset, and Experience, because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this recall.  The cheese were distributed used in California, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, and Vermont. You can see pictures of the cheeses and product labels at the FDA web site. All product codes of these cheeses are being recalled. The recalled products include Slyboro cheese, in a 2 pound wheel. There are 2 units per case. The case dimensions are 12" x 6" x 4", and the gross case weight is 4 pounds. There are 24 pallet boxes per layer, and 12 tiers in each pallet. There are 288 cases per pallet. Also recalled is Dorset Cheese, sold in 2.5 pound … [Read more...]

Whole Foods Dorset Cheese Recalled For Possible Listeria

Whole Foods Dorset Cheese is being recalled in the Northeast and North Atlantic regions for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. No illnesses are being reported to date in connection with this recall. This recall is in response to a recall from Consider Bardwell Farm. The recalled Dorset Cheese was sold at Whole Foods Market stores in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island. The cheese was cut and wrapped in plastic with a Whole Foods Market scale label. The PLU code on the cheese is 97776. Sell by dates that are recalled go through 10/30/2019. If you bring a valid receipt to the store where you purchased this cheese, you can get a full refund. Throw the cheese away after wrapping it in foil or plastic wrap and putting it … [Read more...]

Fisher Meats Smoked Ham Recalled For Possible Listeria

Fisher Packing Company of Redkey, Indiana is recalling about 744 pounds of Fisher Meats ready-to-eat pork products because they may contain Listeria monocytogenes bacteria. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this issue. These products were packaged on August 27, 2019. They include: Vacuum-sealed packages of various weights containing “FISHER MEATS OLD FASHION SMOKED HAM” with a lot code of 19239 on the label. Vacuum-sealed packages of various weights of “FISHER MEATS SMOKED HAM SHANKS WITH NATURAL JUICES” with a lot code of 19239 printed n the label. Vacuum-sealed packages of various weights of “FISHER MEATS CANADIAN BACON” with a freeze by date of 11/25/19 and a lot code of 19239 on the label. All of these products have the establishment number … [Read more...]

Tip Top Poultry Recalls Ready to Eat Poultry For Possible Listeria

Tip Top Poultry of Rockmart, Georgia, is recalling an undetermined amount of ready-to-eat poultry products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria. These products were sold under many different brand names. There have been no confirmed reports of illness due to the consumption of these products. The frozen cooked, diced, or shredded ready-to-eat chicken products were produced between January 21, 2019 and September 24, 2019. Some of the brand names and descriptions of the recalled products include Butterball Cooked Pulled Turkey, Tip Top Diced Cooked Chicken, Perdue Diced All White Meat, Sysco Diced Chicken White Meat, West Creek 1/2" White, GFS Cooked Chicken, H. Walker Foods Pulled Chicken Meat, among others. You can see the three pages of recalled products at … [Read more...]

How to Report a Problem With Food to the FDA and USDA

Most Americans have had food poisoning at one time or another, giving that 48,000,000 Americans contract this form of illness every year. Most people think they have the "stomach flu" or a "24 hour bug" when they actually have food poisoning. How do you report a problem with food? What do you do if you think you have food poisoning? First, know the symptoms of food poisoning for various pathogens: E. coli, Listeria monocytogenes, and Salmonella. You can report your illness to the government if you think that a problem with food (such as the Northfork Bison E. coli outbreak) purchased from a store is the problem. First, call your doctor to get necessary treatment. Many foodborne illnesses can have long term health complications and this should be noted on your medical … [Read more...]

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