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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘grocery store’

Meat Recall: Improper Inspections Lead to Contaminated Beef Products

Pounds of beef products from Rancho Feeding Corporation in Petaluma, Calif.,  have gone on recall due to improperly inspected animals. Approximately 8.7 million products were said to be unfit for human consumption. The recall was first announced January 13 when thousands of beef packages processed by the Northern California food company were said to come from unhealthy animals that didn’t go through …

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Trader Joe’s Recalls Salads, Wraps Due to E. Coli Outbreak

Heads up–if you have recently purchased a pre-made salad or sandwich wrap from Trader Joe’s, you may want to think twice before eating it. Due to an E. coli outbreak, Trader Joe’s and other stores have recalled certain pre-made items that may contain contaminated chicken or ham. Approximately 90 tons of food has been recalled and 26 people in three …

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Kroger Cookie Dough Recalled Due to Mispackage

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced this week that ConAgra Foods is recalling some Kroger-branded “Break ‘N Bake” chocolate chip cookie dough packages. Unlike other, more serious recalls of foods over possible contamination, the Kroger cookie dough recall is relatively benign. The cookie dough is being recalled over mispackaging concerns. Certain lots of the product, instead of containing …

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Woman Killed At Costco After Waving Knife At Customers

A Virginia woman was shot and killed on Wednesday after she stopped handing out samples and began waving a knife around in a threatening manner. The woman, identified as 38-year old Mhai Scott, reportedly began acting strangely and was saying odd things as she neared the end of her shift. Her supervisor became frightened and called police. When they got …

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