Category Archive: Food Poisoning

Lunchables Recall: Kraft Heinz Announces Recall Due to Mislabeling Concerns

Parents lead busy lives.  Unlike generations past, both parents work in the majority of American families.  Recent estimates indicate that more than 60 percent of two-parent households see both parents hold jobs of some sort.  That’s why convenience has become so important with regards to feeding children.  Many parents simply don’t have the time to Read More

Consumer Update: Tyson Chicken Nugget Recall Announced

Anyone who has children likely considers chicken nuggets one of the staples of their diets.  They are a source of protein and for the most part, kids like them.  As such, when something goes wrong with chicken nuggets on a massive scale it could lead to serious problems for families all over the United States. Read More

Listeria Recall Attorney Alert: Fourth Recall In Recent Weeks Announced

It seems there are some issues that tend to snowball out of nowhere and become potentially enormous problems for consumers.  When such a potential problem involves the food we eat, the public needs to know about every possible danger they could be unwittingly facing.  Many a listeria recall attorney has been answering questions from consumers Read More

Listeria Recall by Quaker Oats Third By Food Company In Past Month

They say bad things tend to happen in threes.  That’s usually a saying that is used in different contexts, but we can all hope that the latest listeria recall is the last one for some time to come.  We’ve already covered a massive frozen foods listeria recall and a subsequent listeria recall that dealt with Read More

Another Listeria Recall Announced – This Time It’s Walnuts

We recently tried to contribute to the effort being made by several groups, individuals and agencies to alert the public of a massive listeria recall.  That recall focused on an enormous number of frozen food brands sold across the United States.  Unfortunately, yet another listeria recall has been announced recently, and this one concerns walnuts.  Read More

Listeria Outbreak Concerns Fuel Massive Frozen Foods Recall

American consumers have come to expect that the frozen foods they purchase will be reasonably safe.  Several different laws and legal standards are in place to protect consumers both on the federal and state levels.  Despite all of these safeguards, problems still arise in the form of contamination that put people in serious danger.  This Read More

Food Borne Illness: Treasured Harvest Pistachios Recall

A recent Salmonella scare has led to a recall of pistachios; the brand name is Treasured Harvest. Consumers are being urged to destroy or return the contaminated product. The affected product has been sold in four different states including California. Every year roughly 50 million Americans get sick from eating contaminated food. Of that number, Read More

22 Audubon Elementary Students Become ill after Lunch.

Yesterday, Thursday July 11, 2013. 22 children who attend Audubon Elementary School in San Diego became ill after lunchtime.  According to reports from a fire spokesman, some children had upset stomachs, others were vomiting.  18 of the 22 children had to be taken to the hospital and treated.  The children affected ranged from kindergarteners to Read More

Product Recall: Woodstock Organic Pomegranate Kernels, Associated with Hepatitis A Outbreak.

A new product containing pomegranate kernels has been linked to the Hepatitis A outbreak.  It has been reported that these pomegranate kernels are the same ones that were imported from Turkey and used in the Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend of Frozen Berries sold at Costco stores nationwide. Woodstock Frozen Organic Pomegranate Kernels is the Read More

Ground Beef Recalled by Kansas Packing Company Due to Possible E. Coli Contamination

A company located in Liberal, Kansas, National Beef Packing Company is recalling almost 23,000 pounds of raw ground beef. This was reported on Wednesday morning June 19, 2013 that the effected products may be contaminated with E. Coli O157:H7. According to the U.S Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) the products being Read More


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