The Coca Cola Company is recalling certain Minute Maid products because of the potential of foreign objects, specifically metal bolts or washers.

The recalled products were distributed in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Maine and New Jersey, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

There is concern that consumers may still have the products in their homes because of their long shelf life, which extends into 2022.

Recalled products:

# Product Description Recall Number Classification Code Information Product Quantity Reason for Recall
1 Minute Maid Berry Punch, 59 Fl. oz. (1.8 QT) 1.75 L, Unit UPC: 025000047664;


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The Kroger Co. is recalling certain Country Oven baked goods because of possible metal fragments in starch used to manufacture the products.

The recalled products were distributed in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas, California, Oregon, Arkansas, Washington, Idaho, Colorado, Lousiana, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Virginia and Utah.

Consumers can use the following label information to determine whether they have the recalled products in their homes.

# Product Description Recall Number Classification Code Information Product Quantity Reason for Recall
1

Country Oven Cinnamon Roll 4oz, 2.5oz

F-0136-2022


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Flowers Foods Inc. has amended its Oct. 31 recall to include other products in addition to cupcakes, after a vendor reported pieces of metal mesh in the product.

The company is now recalling Tastykake brand multi-pack cupcakes and certain “Krimpets” products.

Recalled Tastykake “Krimpets”

The Tastykake multi-pack cupcakes products being recalled were distributed to retail customers in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington D.C. and West Virginia. 

The Tastykake Krimpets products being recalled were distributed to retail customers throughout the United States.

There is concern that consumers may have the products in their
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Flowers Foods Inc. is recalling Tastykake multi-pack cupcakes because of the potential presence of tiny fragments of metal mesh wire. 

“The recall was initiated following notification by a vendor of the possible contamination in a supplied ingredient,” according to the company’s recall notice posted on the Food and Drug Administration’s website. The notice did not include product photographs,

Company officials reported the products being recalled were distributed to retail customers in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington D.C. and West Virginia.

No injuries or incidents have been reported in connection with the recalled items. See below for
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Weis Markets is recalling ice cream from almost 200 stores across seven states because a consumer found metal pieces in a container of it.

The company reports the recall includes 10,869 containers of Weis Quality Cookies and Cream Ice Cream and 502 bulk containers of Klein’s Vanilla Dairy Ice Cream, according to a notice posted by the Food and Drug Administration.

According to the recall notice, the implicated Weis Quality Cookies and Cream Ice Cream in 48-ounce containers has been removed from sale. It was sold in 197 stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and West
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Purely Elizabeth wants consumers to help track “Grain-Free Granola” that it is recalling because it may contain glass, plastic or rocks, according to a company spokesperson.

The recall notice does not provide any distribution details. It does not include any information about how many individual packages, or the overall weight of products, subject to this recall.

“As we are tracking the packages, we would appreciate it if you can please photograph the front and back, send us a photo by email and dispose of the product. We will replace your product with a new bag of granola not impacted by
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Tyson Foods Inc. is recalling a total of more than 69,000 pounds of Tyson and Spare Time brands of frozen chicken strips following consumer complaints about bits of metal in the products.

The Rogers, AR, company reported the frozen chicken strips were produced on Nov. 30, 2018. The products are marked with best-by dates in November this year. Officials with the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service are concerned that consumers may have unused portions of the chicken strips in their home freezers.

Even if consumers have eaten some of the chicken strips without injury or other adverse reactions, public
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For the second time this month a company in Puerto Rico is recalling a meat product shipped to schools and other institutional kitchens in the territory because of a complaint about metal pieces.

This time it’s Ganaderos Borges Inc. of Naguabo, Puerto Rico. The company is recalling almost 14,800 pounds of pork patty products, according to a recall notice posted by the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.

“The problem was discovered, and FSIS was notified, on Nov. 2 when the firm received a consumer complaint from a school that received the product,” according to the recall notice. “While the
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H-E-B is recalling two variety packs of Creamy Creations ice cream and sherbert in 3-ounce cups after broken metal was found in processing equipment during routine maintenance, according to recall notice posted on the FDA website Wednesday night.

According to the recall notice, the recalled products were distributed only to H-E-B stores in Texas. The product was not distributed to the Houston area or Mexico.”

To date, there have been no injuries reported due to this incident.

Consumers can look for the following information and code dates, which can be found on the back of the packaging:

UPC
Number
Product


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A customer complaint about metal shavings in pork salami has led to a small recall — just 143 pounds — by Santa Fe Importers Inc. of Long Beach, CA. The recall was issued Tuesday.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the recalled pork salami products were produced on Aug. 3. Products subject to the recall are:

  • 3.5 to 4.0-lbs. (random weight)  of plastic-wrapped packages of “MARISA PREMIUM QUALITY GENOA SALAMI ITALIAN BRAND,” with a packaging date of Sept. 14, 2017, with a  lot of code of 257-100161 in the upper right-hand corner.

The
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