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RE: Food recalls 2009/03/18 09:10:16 (permalink)
Still going strong with the salmonella peanuts? I would hope by now they would all be off the shelves. I'm an adventurous soul. I bought a box of Girl Scout peanut butter cookies without checking.
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RE: Food recalls 2009/03/25 13:30:02 (permalink)
The original PCA scandal started in Blakely, GA.  That is about an hour's drive away from me.  That just seems to show how much our food chain could be in danger.  No.  Most of the political climate seems now geared to financial bailouts of questionable institutions and patrolling our borders.  Lets see.  Tonight I may be having some shrimp imported from Thailand along in a scampi recipe.  I would love to have some fresh Gulf of Mexico shrimp.  So strange.  I live only 100 miles from the gulf's shore; yet no grocery store within my area offers them.  Cheaper to import from Asia; I guess.
 
Peaches importred from South America; apricots from the middle east; fresh beef imported from who the heck knows where????
 
I still eat the peanuts though.
 
 
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RE: Food recalls 2009/03/25 17:35:17 (permalink)
Well, great. Pistachios are one of my staples.
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RE: Food recalls 2009/04/10 15:28:42 (permalink)
I wouldnt buy a nut at all these days-although I married one....!
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RE: Food recalls 2009/04/16 21:04:53 (permalink)
I am so bummed out about pistachios-but thank you hardily for all the recalls, 6star. My husband had salmonella from the Peter Pan recall( we had 2 jars of the tainted stuff) and I am grateful for the info.
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RE: Food recalls 2009/04/17 17:17:21 (permalink)
Actually, 6star, i ran a deli in a spermarket for years, and we had our own guy that would come and test everthing we made( or had brought in , for that matter) once a month.he did find a salad with listeria once-not one we made, but from a local company, so we pulled it from every one of our stores-no question.And until, after repeated testing at the source of the salad, did we bring it back.So I agree with you-proper testing is not done at every point it should be.I am food certified by the state of Wisconsin for food handling, and I follow strict rules.But not everyone, or most importantly,where the food comes from, does. It makes me crazy...
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RE: Food recalls 2009/04/18 13:25:29 (permalink)
Yuck --- when we did the auto-checkout at Kroger's last week the receipt showed that a Mrs. Grissom's cheese spread we'd recently bought and consumed had been recalled.  What we ate of it didn't make us sick and we can take the remainder up to Kroger's for a refund.

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RE: Food recalls 2009/05/01 17:49:51 (permalink)
Thanks again, 6star, for your info....
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RE: Food recalls 2009/06/28 09:39:42 (permalink)
6star

Maybe it is just me, but I have never been able to understand why anyone (except small children, who will put anything in their mouth because they don't know better) would eat raw cookie dough in any form.  Many companies sell an ice cream with cookie dough in it, and, even though I love cookies, I would never think of eating that flavor of ice cream. (I just feel the cookie dough would spoil the delicious ice cream for me.)


I beleive that most raw cookie dough for ice cream is edible and probably contains no eggs.  you can buy edible raw cookie dough from Cookie Dough Creations - http://www.cookiedoughcreations.com/

But the raw edible cookie dough they sell is not for baking - it has  no eggs nor baking soda, etc.  They also sell baked cookies, presumably with eggs.
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RE: Food recalls 2009/07/09 11:12:07 (permalink)
i am still amazed, 6star, at how many recalls there are. Thanks again for keeping us posted!
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RE: Food recalls 2009/09/12 19:17:58 (permalink)
Greetings, 6Star!

The german Equivalent is the german "Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz & Lebensmittelsicherheit"

Link:
http://www.bvl.bund.de/cl...h__node.html__nnn=true

Please click on "English" on the HP, for further Information...


Michael


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RE: Food recalls 2009/10/27 08:35:46 (permalink)
6star,

Thanks for keeping this thread current...I always take a look when I see that it's been updated.
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RE: Food recalls 2010/01/12 00:38:27 (permalink)
Thank you.  I appreciate all that you post.

I've suffered from Listeria in cheese and it wasn't pretty.
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RE: Food recalls 2010/02/08 03:13:09 (permalink)
Hi for info if you want to check the latest food recalls on the go there is a site for just that, works on your phone or pc and is searchable - it's at (type into your browser): w w w .  f o o d r e c a l l s . m o b i

Happy Eating.
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RE: Food recalls 2010/03/10 13:23:14 (permalink)
6star, thanks for your vigilance. The recalls rarely apply to anything I have bought, but it sure is nice to know you're out there looking out for us. 
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RE: Food recalls 2010/03/15 13:20:05 (permalink)
Whoever makes the decisions at BFFI should be put in jail. Thanks for all you do 6star!
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RE: Food recalls 2010/05/07 13:16:22 (permalink)
Notice that MS is not listed. We know better than to eat salad when something fried is available. Wonder why we are the most obese state?
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RE: Food recalls 2010/06/15 15:49:34 (permalink)
I wonder what this oil spill will do to contribute to this topic. It can't be good for the seafood/shellfish industry.
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RE: Food recalls 2010/06/18 19:12:36 (permalink)
there's also an add'l recall for tylenol products - saw the article about it yesterday.  don't have a link to it though, sorry!
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RE: Food recalls 2010/06/25 15:53:44 (permalink)
Hasn't made the FDA list yet, but  Kellogg's Cereal Recall 2010: Corn Pops, Froot Loops and Others  taste, smell - nothing life-threatening.

http://www.nowpublic.com/...nd-others-2633620.html
post edited by felix4067 - 2010/06/25 15:55:08
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RE: Food recalls 2010/08/25 12:52:58 (permalink)
In California Ralph's (Krogers) lists on all of their register receipts the item/lot numbers of their recalled products.

Makes it easier to check those you still have at home.
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RE: Food recalls 2010/08/28 14:16:56 (permalink)
The Frozen Mamey pops are being recalled for Typhoid.

That's SCARY!

Don't buy Goya Frozen Mamey pulp or the Mamey Pops.
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RE: Food recalls 2010/08/29 00:49:54 (permalink)
The scary part is that Typhoid is communicable.  It needs to be stopped before it is spread.

I heard on the news here that the thyphoid was in the pulp.  We have a big Cuban population here and it is sold in the Cuban markets.

It's sad, I only heard that announcement once.  With something so critical as stopping a thyphoid outbreak before it starts I'd think I'd hear more about it.
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RE: Food recalls 2010/10/31 10:07:06 (permalink)
Glad to see that you are still keeping us informed!! I mentioned you the other day when my friends and I were talking about food recalls.I explained to them about your updates, and how they really didnt realize just how many recalls there actually are.So, I for one, reallt appreciate your efforts!!
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RE: Food recalls 2011/01/14 09:08:03 (permalink)
6star

Toxic Waste Nuclear Sludge Chew Bars (elevated levels of lead):
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm240012.htm?s_cid=w_c_sms_cont_001

With that name, this warning seems redundant!
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RE: Food recalls 2011/02/22 04:40:30 (permalink)
I dont care if you ARE older than dirt- I love this service you provide!
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RE: Food recalls 2011/03/28 11:53:16 (permalink)
The manufacturer of the product is Toxic Waste?  Fitting.
 
Thanks for all of your reports.
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RE: Food recalls 2011/06/13 12:37:47 (permalink)
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Kim So'n Cooked Beef, Pork & Beef & Tendon Meat Balls With Sauce (undeclared wheat): CA, PA, TX & VA
http://www.fsis.usda.gov/News_&_Events/Recall_041_2011_Release/index.asp?s_cid=w_c_sms_cont_001

 
Good to see you back on the air!
 
As always, thanks for the info.
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RE: Food recalls 2011/06/13 13:31:41 (permalink)
Thank God for that! I would be devastated without your info, my friend!
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