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67 tons of salisbury steak recalled for bone fragments

Arkansas’ ConAgra Brands Inc., located in Russellville, Wednesday recalled 135,159 pounds of Salisbury steak products after at least three consumers reported mouth injuries. The nationwide recall, posted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), reported possible contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically bone, as the reason for the recall. The family-style,… Continue Reading

ConAgra recalls P.F. Chang’s entrées because of metal pieces

Almost two tons of P.F. Chang’s brand frozen chicken and beef entrées may contain metal fragments and are being recalled from retailers and distributors in at least seven states. “The metal fragments range in size between 2 and 9 millimeters in diameter, and are curled, malleable and shiny. The metal fragments may be embedded in… Continue Reading

ConAgra Agrees to Pay $11.2 Million for Salmonella Outbreak

Company pleads guilty to single misdemeanor

Omaha-based ConAgra Foods Inc. has reached a plea agreement with U.S. attorneys that will see its ConAgra Grocery Products Company plead guilty to a single misdemeanor violation of the federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. If accepted by the U.S. District Court in Albany, GA, the plea agreement will end the government’s investigation into the… Continue Reading

DOJ Alerts Those Sickened by Peter Pan and Great Value Peanut Butter to Potential Prosecution

Misdemeanor charge likely, says ConAgra

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) last week began reaching out under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act to those sickened in the 2006-07 Salmonella Tennessee outbreak caused by contaminated Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butters. “You are receiving this notice because the government has reason to believe that you may have been the victim… Continue Reading