The Quaker Oats Company Issues Voluntary Recall of a Small Quantity of Cap’n Crunch’s Peanut Butter Crunch Cereal Distributed to Five Target Stores Due to Possible Health Risk dlvr.it/QrS794
ALLERGY ALERT: OPA Litehouse ranch dressing, sold in 11-ounce glass bottles with “Best by Oct. 24.17” printed on top, might contain eggs not listed on the label. (The affected lot code is 13948 6/11fl LH/OPA RANCH.) People allergic to eggs risk serious or life-threatening reactions if they eat the product. Litehouse has recalled the dressing, which is sold in stores nationwide. For more information, including who to call if you have any questions: .
August 15, 2017
RECALL – UBC Food Distributors Inc, is voluntarily recalling Baraka HOT CURRY POWER & CURRY POWDER, due to a high level of lead found in testing done by Michigan Dept of Agriculture. FDA is in contact with the importer. Do not eat. Return to place of purchase. Product was sold in Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri & Colorado. Retailers please remove from shelves, Baraka Brand with UPC CODES 822514265566 & 822514265535 then place aside for pick up from a UBC company representative.
October 26, 2018
ALERT: Do not eat Organic Go Smile! Dried coconut packaged in 9-ounce bags stamped on the back with sell by dates ranging from 01-01-18 through 03-01-19 and packaged in 25-bulk case labeled “OCSM-0010,” “OCSM-0011, and “OCSM-0014.” This product, sold online and in 14 states, could be contaminated with Salmonella, a germ causing a serious, sometimes fatal infection in young children, frail and elderly people, and others with chronic health conditions. Healthy people who become infected often experience fever, diarrhea, and stomach cramps within 12 to 72 hours. For more information, including a list of states where the product was sold: .
March 20, 2018
WARNING: Do not eat Mary B’s brand of frozen biscuits IF the best-if-used-by date includes an M after it and is BEFORE September 23, 2018. These biscuits sold in stores throughout the country could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, a germ causing a serious, sometimes fatal illness in young children, frail or elderly people, and those with chronic health conditions (weakened immune systems). Although healthy individuals who become infected might suffer only short-term symptoms such as fever, headaches, and diarrhea, the germ can cause pregnant women to lose their babies. For more information about this recall initiated by Hom/Ade Foods, Inc., including a list of UPC codes: .
January 12, 2018