In the US = CDC reports 16 cases of E. coli O121 infections in 12 states, with 7 people hospitalized. Sick people in this outbreak reported tasting or eating raw cake batter made from a variety of cake mixes. No recall has been announced, but an onsite inspection has been initiated by FDA.
Mentioning this in particular because the cake mixes are not named, which is a disappointment. If anyone hears of the mixes, please post.
Something recalled for almost everyone, except South and Central America, none for you. US, Canada, Europe, Asia, Africa and Pacific islands, yep. Oh, and the Middle East is covered under Asia, Africa, and Pacific Islands, just so you'll notice.
US --About 59,251 pounds of five frozen chicken products sold over three brands have been recalled, the USDA announced Monday night, after a link was found to an eight-state salmonella outbreak.
What frozen chicken products have been recalled?
All these have “P-2375” inside the USDA mark of inspection and were manufactured by Serenade Farms on Feb. 24 and 25.
▪ Dutch Farms Chicken with Broccoli & Cheese, 5-ounce package, lo
Dutch Farms Chicken with Broccoli & Cheese
▪ Kirkwood Raw Stuffed Chicken, Broccoli & Cheese, 5-ounce package, lot No. BR 1055, best by date of Feb. 24, 2023.
Kirkwood Chicken, Broccoli & Cheese
▪ Kirkwood Raw Stuffed Chicken Cordon Bleu, 5-ounce package, lot No. CB 1055, best by date of Feb. 25, 2023.
Kirkwood Chicken Cordon Bleu
▪ Milford Valley Chicken with Broccoli & Cheese, 5-ounce package, lot No. BR 1055, best by date of Feb. 24, 2023.
Milford Valley Chicken with Broccoli & Cheese
▪ Milford Valley Chicken Cordon Bleu, 10-ounce box, lot No. CB 1055, best by date of Feb. 24, 2023.
Milford Valley Chicken Cordon Bleu
While these look like the usual frozen food dishes people pop into the microwave for workday lunches or no-mood-or-time-to-cook dinners, these feature raw chicken. Not cooking them enough means a serious threat of salmonella.
“The products of concern may appear to be ready-to-eat but are in fact raw and need to be fully cooked according to the manufacturer cooking instructions on the package before consumption,” the USDA recall alert says. “The labels for these products identify cooking instructions for preparation in an oven.
“The products should not be prepared in the microwave or air fryer.”
If you have these in your freezer, return them to the store of purchase for a full refund or at least throw them out. Those with questions should call Serenade at 866-873-7589.
About 59,251 pounds of five frozen chicken products sold over three brands have been recalled, the USDA announced Monday night, after a link was found to an eight-state salmonella outbreak.
Perhaps Panera Bread at Home Chicken Tortilla Soup was made with love, but some of the soup definitely was made with glove.
That’s gray nitrile glove, the foreign object in this latest not-food-in-your-food recall of 6,384 16-ounce containers of the soup that went to Florida, Texas, Georgia and Arizona. The USDA-written and posted recall notice says soup maker Blount Fine Foods “received several consumer complaints reporting pieces of gray nitrile glove in the product.”
This covers lot No. 070121-1V with a use by date of 09/09/2021 and establishment No. P-13130 inside the USDA mark of inspection.