December 9, 2023

Cerebelly Smart Bar Recalled For Surface Mold

Cerebelly Smart Bar in four flavors is being recalled because surface mold is visible on the product surface. This recall is posted on the FDA's Enforcement Reports site instead of the regular recall site, so there is no information about whether or not any illnesses have been reported to the company to date. The recalling firm is Cerebelly Inc. of Los Gatos, California. The recalled product was sold at the retail level in all 50 states and was also sold in U.S. territories. There was no foreign distribution. No pictures of these products were provided in the recall notice. The recalled products are all Cerebelly Smart Bar brand. The recalled items include Apple-Kale flavor that is packaged in 5 pack and 7 pack containers. The lot number and date pairs for this item are: Lot … [Read more...]

Nature’s Promise Organic Raspberries Recalled For Mold

Nature's Promise Organic Raspberries and others are being recalled because they may contain high levels of mold that can cause health problems such as respiratory problems and allergic reactions. And some molds produce mycotoxins that can make you sick. When you see mold on the surface of the food, it has sent threads throughout the food and the entire piece is probably contaminated. Because this recall was listed on the FDA's Enforcement page, not the regular recall page, there is no information about any possible adverse events reported to the company. The recalling firm is B. C. Frozen Foods of Mission, Canada. The recalled product was sold in these states: Maine, California, and Massachusetts. The recalled products include Nature's Promise Organic Raspberries that are … [Read more...]

Dubon Mixed Forest Mushrooms Recalled For Insects and Mold

Dubon Mixed Forest Mushrooms are being recalled in Canada because they may be contaminated with insects and mold. These are considered "non harmful (quality or spoilage)" issues, although mold can make you sick and insects can carry E. coli, Salmonella, and Listeria monocytogenes bacteria. The recall notice did not state whether or not any illnesses have been reported to date. The recalling firm is Aliments Tousain Inc. The mushrooms were sold in Quebec at the retail level. The recalled product is Dubon Mixed Forest Mushrooms that are packaged in 454 gram containers. The UPC number that is printed on the label is 0 60897 01206 7. There are two code and best by date combinations: 2204580 with the best before date of 10/08/26 (October 8, 2026), and 2205007, with the best before date … [Read more...]

Peppercorn Collection Gift Set Recalled For Aspergillus Mold

Peppercorn Collection Gift Set is being recalled because it may be contaminated with Aspergillus brasiliensis mold and a compound that mold produces called Ochratoxin A. The mold that that toxin were detected in the Malaysian Long Pepper that is included in the kit. No illnesses have been reported the company to date in connection with this issue. The recalling firm is Something South African LLC of Seattle, Washington. Aspergillus brasiliensis is a type of fungus that can cause infection if it is inhaled. Most people are not susceptible to this strain, but anyone with a compromised immune system can be. And Ochratoxin A is a mycotoxin produced by Aspergillus species. The recalled product is Peppercorn Collection Gift Set. It has eight different kinds of dried peppers. Each … [Read more...]

Two Products Recalled in Canada for Mold and Rancidity

Two products recalled in Canada for mold and rancidity include cookies and banana bread. Both of these recalls are considered class 3 recalls. Neither recall mentions any illnesses reported that are related to the consumption of these items. The first recalled product is Goldilocks Sweet Delights Pinipig Polvoron Philippine Shortbread cookies, which may be rancid. The recalling firm is AFOD Ltd. The cookies were distributed in Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan at the retail level. The recalled item is Goldilocks Sweet Delights brand Pinipig Polvoron Philippine Shortbread Cookies that are packaged in a 300 gram container. The UPC number stamped on the label is 4 800111 008065. The lot number on this item is Lot: JC8T0D6 and the expiration date is 2021-Jun-15. The … [Read more...]

Haven St. Rise THC Infused Gummies Recalled For Mould

Haven St. Rise THC Infused Gummies are being recalled in Canada because the may contain mould, or mold, that can temporarily affect health. To date, TerrAscend Canada has received ten complaints regarding the recalled lots, none of which involved an adverse reaction. Health Canada has not received any reports of adverse reactions related to this recall. The recall is for 33 lots of two edible cannabis products that were made by TerrAscend Canada. Three products were sold through provincially-authorized retailers in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Newfoundland. The recalled product names are Haven St. Rise THC No. 570 Wild Berry Infused Gummy with lot numbers 2002172, 2002228, 2002291, 2002307, 2002308, 2002364, … [Read more...]

Lavva Blueberry Yogurt Recalled For Possible Mold Contamination

Lavva Blueberry Yogurt is being voluntarily recalled for possible mold contamination out of an abundance of caution. EVR Foods is issuing the recall for the 5.3 ounce size of Blueberry Plant-Based Yogurt with a specific expiration date. The yogurt was manufactured in a facility in Norwich, New York. The recalled product is Lavva Blueberry Plant-Based Yogurt with expiration date 2/21/21 stamped on the container. The yogurt is packaged in a 5.3 ounce colorful plastic cup with a foil lid. The lot number for this yogurt is 022121 on the bottom of the cup. Recent testing indicates a possible mold contamination even though the SKU and date code clear strict quality assurance protocols, testing found the problem. No other Lavva products are affected by this recall. Only one date code is … [Read more...]

Hostess Raspberry Zingers Recall For Mold Updated

The Hostess Raspberry Zingers recall for mold is being updated with the addition of more UPC numbers, batch numbers, and best by dates. These items may develop mold before the best by date stamped on the package. These products were sold to mass merchandisers, grocery stores, distributors, dollar and discount stores, and convenience stores throughout the United States. This recall does not affect any other Hostess brand products. The newly recalled product numbers include several sizes of Hostess Raspberry Zingers. The first is multi pack fresh with UPC number 888109110604, batch numbers H062424000 H062524000, H062624000, H062724000, H070724000, H070824000, H070924000, H071024000, H071124000, H072124000, H072224000, and H072324000; and best by dates 09/07/2020, 09/08/2020, … [Read more...]

Hostess Raspberry Zingers Recalled For Possible Mold

Defying all urban legends, some Hostess Raspberry Zingers are being recalled for possible mold, according to Hostess Brands, LLC. The snack cakes are being recalled because the mold may develop before the best by date. The mold you see on the surface of a food isn't all there is to it. Branches and strands of mold may be inside the food. And some molds can produce mycotoxins¬†or toxins that can make you sick. Some varieties of mold can trigger allergic reactions. The recall did not state whether any illnesses or reactions have been reported to the company. The recalled products are all Hostess Raspberry Zingers. they were sold to mass merchandisers, grocery stores, distributors, dollar and convenience stores throughout the United States. The recalled products include Multi-Pack … [Read more...]

Good to Go Snack Bars Recalled For Mold in Canada

Riverside Natural Foods Ltd. is recalling some Good to Go Snack Bars in some Canadian provinces because they may contain mold. Not all molds are dangerous to eat, but some may produce toxins as they grow that cause vomiting and other food poisoning symptoms if ingested. There is no word on whether or not any illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this issue. The recalled Go to Go Snack Bars were sold at the consumer level in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan at the consumer level. The recalled bars are Good to Go Cocoa Coconut Snack Bar sold in 40 gram sizes. The UPC number on the product is 6 87456 11119 3. Also recalled is Good to Go Cinnamon Pecan Snack Bar, also sold in 40 gram packages. The UPC number on that product is 6 … [Read more...]

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