A Texas subsidiary of California’s Taylor Farms is recalling more than a half ton of H.E.B. brand salads because they do not comply with federal law requiring that seafood, a known allergen, be declared on food labels.

The specific seafood involved is anchovies, which are an ingredient in the company’s
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Little Red Rooster Ice Cream Company announced a limited recall of approximately 26,000 pints of its “NadaMoo! Strawberry Cheesecake Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert” because they contain an undeclared almond ingredient.

The recall was initiated as soon as it was discovered that the pie crust inclusions in the Strawberry Cheesecake product (containing
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With more companies posting recalls for freshcut vegetables daily — including products sold to schools — the impact of Mann Packing’s Oct. 19 produce recall continues to ripple through the North American food chain.

At least nine retailers and three produce companies initiated U.S. recalls in recent days because their
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Triple B Corp. of Anchorage, AK, which does business as Charlie’s Produce, is recalling freshcut vegetables, vegetable fry kits and trays because they include fresh produce recalled by Mann Packing because of a positive test result for Listeria monocytogenes.

Mann Packing of Salinas, CA, posted its recall as a news
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