Aunt Kitty’s Foods Inc. of Vineland, NJ, Tuesday recalled 10,805 pounds of chicken gravy after it found multiple cans were bulging, which
Roland brand anchovy-stuffed olives are being recalled from retailers and food service operations across North America after consumer complaints of bulging cans spurred federal investigators to test the product.
The recall includes 3-ounce cans of…
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Faribault Foods Inc. is recalling 15-ounce cans of black beans after a consumer found part of an ink pen in a can. Seven brands are included, but only one production code is implicated in the…
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Bisphenol-A, or BPA, a chemical component found in plastic bottles and canned food liners, has long courted controversy over its alleged health risks. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has maintained that it …
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SPAM®, the canned meat Monty Python sang about and the meat product whose name is now used to label unwanted bulk e-mail messages, is about to celebrate its 75th birthday. Hormel Foods Corp. is putting…
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Chicken of the Sea Internationalof San Diego, CA is recalling several product codes of oysters imported from Korea and sold under the Chicken of the Sea, Pacific Pearl and Ace of Diamonds brands.
It started in 2008 with plastic bottles. After a report suggested that bisphenol A – used as a sealant in food and beverage containers – might be toxic to humans, some bottle manufacturers cut the
Quinault Tribal Enterprises (QTE) last April recalled 27,705 metal cans of seafood products, distributed nationally, because federal food-safety authorities said the cans were not adequately processed.
The voluntary recall of both smoked and non-smoked salmon,
Saying the product does not meet unspecified “quality standards,” Giant Eagle grocery chain has recalled Valu Time brand canned pumpkin purchased on or after August 30, 2011 and Food Club brand canned pumpkin purchased on
Thanksgiving is a time for reflection and thanks – a time to be thankful for the bountiful blessings of life, family and home. It is especially memorable for the festivities and memorable celebrations where the…
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A new study of several leading brands of kids’ canned foods has found various levels of bisphenol A (BPA), an estrogenic chemical that has been linked to breast cancer, in 12 cans tested.