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Chicken salad recall issued over dangerous bacteria contamination

February 5th, 2022

Listeria monocytogenes is a bacteria that can contaminate all types of foods. Once it shows up in routine testing, products are recalled from stores if the manufacturer still sells them. That’s what would’ve happened with Simply Fresh Market chicken salad because it was found to contain bacteria traces. But the product is no longer available …

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Urgent candy recall: These candies could poison you if you eat them

February 4th, 2022

Contaminated foods are recalled all the time, whether the potential contaminant is bacteria or foreign elements like glass or metal. But the new El Chavito candy recall is all the more important because certain candies might have been contaminated with lead. Consumption of lead can result in lead poisoning, which can have serious adverse effects. …

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Milk recall issued over E. coli contamination, so check your fridge now

February 2nd, 2022

Raw milk buyers should be aware of a new recall action that involves certain Toboton Creek Dairy products that might have been contaminated with E. coli. That’s a dangerous bacteria that can lead to potentially fatal illnesses in specific categories of people. We’ve seen plenty of E. coli-related recalls in the past few months, covering …

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Aspirin recall: There’s a poisoning risk with these recalled meds, so check your home now

January 31st, 2022

Aspirin and acetaminophen are over-the-counter drugs that countless people have in their medicine cabinets. Many people use them to alleviate pain and reduce fevers, and these drugs might be the first course of action when exhibiting such symptoms. That’s what makes them popular purchases with consumers. And that’s why buyers should pay extra close attention …

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17 different sandwiches and burgers were recalled – here’s what you should avoid

January 29th, 2022

If you’ve purchased sandwiches, burgers, or other products from HQ Fine Foods, you should check your fridge right now. The company issued a recall for 17 different sandwiches and burgers after discovering potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The packages have “best before” dates running through February 22nd, which means you might still have stock from …