The recalled items were produced Nov. 30, 2018, and include the following products:
- 25-ounce packages of frozen “Tyson Fully Cooked Buffalo Style Chicken Strips Fritters with Rib Meat and Buffalo Style Sauce” with a “best if used by” date of Nov. 30, 2019, case codes 3348CNQ0317 and 3348CNQ0318, and individual bag time stamps from 17:00 through 18:59 hours (inclusive).
- 25-ounce plastic bag packages of frozen “Tyson Fully Cooked Crispy Chicken Breast Strip Fritters with Rib Meat” with a “best if used by” date of Nov. 30, 2019 , case codes 3348CNQ0419, 3348CNQ0420, 3348CNQ0421, and 3348CNQ0422, and individual bag time stamps from 19:00 through 22:59 hours.
- 20-ounce cases of frozen “Spare Time Fully Cooked, Buffalo Style Chicken Strips Chicken Breast Strip Fritters with Rib Meat and Buffalo Style Sauce” with a “best if used by” date of Nov. 30, 2019, and case code 3348CNQ03.
The products recalled have an establishment number of “P-7221” on the back of the package.
- 39 tons of ground turkey from Butterball, Kroger, and Food Lion are being recalled due to the discovery of Salmonella.
- On Wednesday, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service issued a class I recall for six packaged turkey products.
- They were packaged on July 7, 2018 and have a use by date of 7/26/18. Officials fear they may be infected.
- The new discovery follows a Salmonella outbreak in late 2018, also affecting turkey, which sickened 216 people across 39 states in late 2018.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, Choice Canning Company Inc., out of Pittston, is recalling the products because of misbranding and undeclared allergens.
The product contains milk, which is not listed, according to the USDA.
Two grocery chains are reporting that the parent company of the Pillsbury Co. has initiated a nationwide recall of flour packaged under the iconic brand because of possible Salmonella contamination.
However, neither Pillsbury nor its owner Hometown Food Co. had posted the recall on their websites, or with the Food and Drug Administration, as of last night.
The Publix and Winn-Dixie grocery chains both posted the recall information on their websites Friday. Neither chain reported how or when the possible contamination was discovered. They also did not report when they were notified about the problem.
The notice posted by Publix says more than 12,000 cases of the flour are subject to the recall, but does not say how many packages are in each case. The Winn-Dixie recall notice says there haven’t been any reports of any illnesses associated with the recalled flour.
Both grocery chains are reporting 5-pound bags of “Pillsbury Unbleached All Purpose Flour” are affected by the recall. Publix reports the flour was shipped to retailers and distributors nationwide.
“Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase for a refund,” according to the Publix recall notice.
The Winn-Dixie recall notice includes a similar warning. Winn-Dixie says consumers with questions about the recalled flour can contact the Southeastern Grocers Customer Call Center 866-946-6349.
Consumers can use the following information to determine whether they have the flour in their homes:
- Publix — GTIN # 0 5150022241 3, Lot Code numbers 8 293 or 8 292, and Best If Used By Dates of APR 19 2020 or APR 20 2020
- Winn-Dixie — UPC number 0 5150022241 6, Best If Used By Date of APR 19 2020, and Lot code numbers 8292 or 8293.
Torrent Pharmaceuticals Limited is voluntarily recalling 60 lots of Losartan potassium tablets USP and 54 lots of Losartan potassium/ hydrochlorothiazide tablets, USP, to the consumer level due to the detection of trace amounts of an unexpected impurity found in an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufactured by Hetero Labs Limited.
The impurity detected in the API is N-Methylnitrosobutyric acid (NMBA). Torrent is only recalling lots of losartan-containing products that contain N-Methylnitrosobutyric acid (NMBA) above the acceptable daily intake levels released by the FDA.
To date, Torrent Pharmaceuticals Limited has not received any reports of adverse events related to this recall.
Subaru is recalling 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. because the brake lights may not illuminate properly
Subaru said cleaning products containing silicone can emit a gas that can seep into the brake lamp switch and cut off the electrical contact. That can stop the brake lights from working but brakes will still function.
The automaker said the problem doesn’t happen very often. It has only 33 reports in the U.S.
Subaru said it discovered the problem. It will reach out to affected customers and replace the switch.
More than 100,000 pounds of Boston Market frozen meals have been recalled over complaints of plastic and glass inside the food.The meals were made in Ohio by Bellisio Foods and shipped to stores nationwide. There have been no reports of anyone being hurt.The following products have been recalled:
14-oz. black cardboard box packages containing “BOSTON MARKET Home Style Meals BONELESS PORK RIB SHAPED PATTY WITH BBQ SAUCE & MASHED POTATOES” with “BEST BY” dates of 12/07/2019 lot code 8341, 01/04/2020 lot code 9004, 01/24/2020 lot code 9024, or 02/15/2020 lot code 9046, represented on the label.
The recalled meals have an establishment number “EST. 18297” on the end carton flap of the package.
Anyone with any questions can call Krista Cummings, Consumer Affairs Supervisor, Bellisio Foods at (855) 871-9977.
Officials say use of the product should not be considered hazardous, but could result in difficulty when swallowing the product for sensitive individuals. To date, Kingston Pharma LLC reports it has received one report of a one-week old infant having difficulty when swallowing the product and three complaints attributed to the undissolved citrus flavonoid.
The issue stems from the Ridgeline’s fuel pump feed port, which can be corroded over time by the kinds of acids found in some car wash soaps, leading to cracks that may allow gas to leak out.Owners of the 2017 to 2019 vehicles will be notified and Honda will inspect and, if necessary, replace the fuel pumps and also install a new fuel pump cover.
Honda has not advised owners to refrain from driving or washing their vehicles.
The recall is scheduled to being March 7.
Honda is also recalling approximate 437,000 vehicles across several other model lines for an unrelated fuel pump issue caused by sodium particulates in gasoline sticking to internal components that could lead to stalling. The action covers model-year 2016-2018 Acura MDXs, 2015-2019 Acura TLX V6s and 2015-2017 Honda Accord V6s.
Officials with the company say a glitch in sending a signal from the transmission speed sensor is the cause. Ford has five reports of accidents, including one that caused a whiplash injury from a sudden downshift.
Owners will be notified by letter starting March 4. Dealers will update the powertrain control software to fix the problem.
Ford’s F-Series pickup is the top-selling vehicle in the United States.
Ford has five reports of accidents, including one that caused a whiplash injury.
Dewalt is recalling 122,000 drills in the U.S. The issue involves internal wiring that could potentially pose a shock hazard.
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Dewalt is recalling 122,000 drills in the U.S.
The issue involves internal wiring that could potentially pose a shock hazard.
The drills were sold at hardware stores and online nationwide between September 2017 and November 2018 and cost between $60 and $70.
Dewalt says if the drill is marked with an “X” after the date code, it has already been inspected and is safe to use.
So far, no injuries have been reported.
(NEWSER) – Dog owners have another food recall to worry about. This time, it involves Hill’s Pet Nutrition brands, many of which are formulated for dogs requiring special diets. The concern is excessive vitamin D, which can be lethal for dogs, reports People. Hill’s blames a supplier and says it’s getting the problem under control. The list of affected varieties (they’re all canned) can be found here. The move follows an FDA recall of several other brands in December, also for excessive vitamin D. Details on that recall, involving Elm Pet Foods, Sunshine Mills, Nutrisca, Natural Life Pet Products, and others, are here. While vitamin D is essential for dogs, too much can cause toxicity leading to death.
By Shamard Charles, M.D.
The recall of an infant pain reliever has been expanded over worries that the over-the-counter medication may contain dangerously high concentrations of the drug.
On Thursday, the drug maker Tris-Pharma said that additional lots of Infants’ Ibuprofen Concentrated Oral Suspension, USP (NSAID) 50 mg per 1.25 mL — sold in 0.5 oz. bottles at Wal-Mart, CVS Pharmacy and Family Dollar Services — may have higher concentrations of ibuprofen than what’s on the label.