(Joe Moyer)

Del Monte Recalls Fruit Snack Packs Potentially Contaminated With Listeria

Sure, we feel like we’re doing something righteous and healthy when we buy a package of cut fresh fruit for a snack instead of cookies or a candy bar, but there are times when choosing fresh fruit can come back to bite you. That’s the case for some Del Monte fruit snacks sold in grocery and convenience stores. [More]

FDA: Idaho Knew About Chobani Mold Issue Before Yogurts Started Exploding

FDA: Idaho Knew About Chobani Mold Issue Before Yogurts Started Exploding

Last year, fungal contamination in yogurt made in Chobani’s new plant in Idaho led to problems with their products distributed nationwide. These problems ranged from “this yogurt tastes funny” to in-fridge explosions to dozens of illnesses that consumers attributed to the yogurt. Now, the Idaho plant’s local newspaper has learned that the state government may have known about the mold contamination long before any yogurts were pulled from stores. [More]

(Dyanna Hyde)

6,215 Pounds Of Serrano Chile Peppers Recalled For Extra-Spicy Salmonella

Serrano chile peppers add delicious spiciness to your meals, but do you know what is not a delicious fresh ingredient? Salmonella. Random testing turned up signs of the pathogen in a batch of peppers sold in Meijer stores in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. Peppers in that batch may have also ended up at other retailers, including Publix, Walmart, and Harris Teeter. [More]

Look out for these seeds.

CDC Concerned That We’re All Ignoring Chia Seed Recall

While Consumerist readers are generally up-to-date on the latest recalls, most Americans aren’t. Yet we hadn’t even shared the current recall of potentially salmonella-contaminated chia seeds that have sickened at least 65 people across the United States and Canada. [More]

Look before you chomp.

Tyson Foods Recalls 75,000 Lbs Of Chicken Nuggets Because Eating Plastic Is A Bad Idea

There are some foods that really shine when they’re dipped in savory sauces, but no amount of barbecue sauce is going to make that bit of plastic taste like a chicken nugget. Which is why Tyson Foods is recalling more than 75,000 pounds of chicken nuggets that could possibly contain crunchy bits of plastic. [More]

December Food And Supplement Recall Roundup: Lurking Dairy And Sulfites

December Food And Supplement Recall Roundup: Lurking Dairy And Sulfites

Sulfites and hidden milk are everywhere, but not as common as actual erectile dysfunction drugs and their analogues in “natural” supplements. Welcome to the December Recall Roundup for edible items. [More]

Natural blue raspberry flavoring....wait, what?

November Food And Supplement Recall Roundup: Puréed Ew

In today’s food, supplement, and drug Recall Roundup, we learn that Listeria could be everywhere, and that blue raspberry flavored apple slices are apparently a thing. So is “natural blue raspberry flavor.” [More]

Did This Mom Really Find Free-Range Maggots In An Organic Baby Food Pouch?

Did This Mom Really Find Free-Range Maggots In An Organic Baby Food Pouch?

Jack likes to feed his small daughter little food pouches. They’re an easy, shelf-stable and portable way to get actual food substances into small children. His daughter loves them, but suddenly wouldn’t eat them. Ingredient change? Plain old little-kid fickleness? Maybe not. [More]

(FDA)

September Food And Supplement Recall Roundup – 40 Garlic Cloves, 2 Undeclared Allergens

Our monthly Recall Roundups have grown so expansive that we’ve had to separate them into two separate roundups: one for consumer goods, and one for consumables. [More]

(kimmoynes)

25 Tons Of E. Coli Contaminated Ground Beef Recalled

National Beef Packing Company is recalling a 25 tons of ground beef that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7. No, we didn’t forget that we already ran this story in mid-June: this is a second and entirely different recall that’s twice as large. [More]

Recalled Cilantro Has Unintended Bonus Ingredient Of Salmonella

Recalled Cilantro Has Unintended Bonus Ingredient Of Salmonella

Your salsa may have more of a kick to it than you know. The Food and Drug Administration announced that Pacific International Marketing has recalled 6,141 cartons of cilantro that might have been contaminated with salmonella. Cilantro is often used in salads and salsa. [More]