Government warning letters to several food companies were released this week. Food Safety News earlier reported on problem with sprout production at Henrys Farms in Virginia. Other warning letter activity includes: – Chu Minh Corp., doing business as Chu Minh Tofu in Seattle, received a warning letter from the U.S.
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Newark, NJ-based Manna Organics, Inc. on Sunday recalled various soybean sprouts and tofu products listed because they have the potential to be contaminated with potentially deadly Listeria monocytogenes. No illnesses have yet been associated with the recall. Manna Organics became concerned about possible contamination after random testing by the New
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An Oregon tofu and soy-based food company covered up its distribution of products that the processor’s own testing found to be contaminated with microorganisms, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA).

Tualatin, OR-based Pacific Nutritional Foods Inc. did not notify FDA about two contaminated products, including one that

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America’s oldest tofu company, San Francisco-based Quong Hop, has agreed to pay a $90,000 fine and without admitting to any wrongdoing agreed to comply with a list of food safety improvements.

Quong Hop (“Great Unity”) has been making tofu daily since opening in 1906 to serve the Asian Community in
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