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Food Safety Alerts & Recalls Around the World

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Note: Here is today's list of food safety recalls, product withdrawals, allergy alerts and miscellaneous compliance issues. The reference links will take you directly to the official recall notices and company news releases that contain detailed information for each recall and alert. 

"In order to know what are the best foods, we must study God’s original plan for man’s diet. He who created man and who understands his needs appointed Adam his food. . . . Grains, fruits, nuts, and vegetables constitute the diet chosen for us by our Creator."—Ministry of Healing, pp. 295, 296.

"Meat is not essential for health or strength, else the Lord made a mistake when He provided food for Adam and Eve before their fall. All the elements of nutrition are contained in the fruits, vegetables, and grains."—Counsels on Diet and Foods, p. 395.  

United States

  • Food Safety Recall (Eggs): Wright County Egg (Galt, IO) adds Cardenas Market to the list of brands impacted in its egg recall notices. Cardenas Market eggs (Plant #P1026; Julian dates 136-228) were distributed to Cardenas Market stores in California and Nevada.

  • Food Safety Recall (Eggs): Trafficanda Egg Ranch (Van Nuys, CA) recalls specific Julian dates of Medium, Large, X Large, and Jumbo Cartons; 5 Dozen Medium Over Wrap and 20 Count Over Wrap of shell eggs produced by Wright County Egg of Galt, Iowa because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. Eggs affected by this recall were distributed to grocery stores and foodservice companies in California. The affected eggs were packaged under the Trafficanda Egg Ranch brand names packaged in 12-egg cartons, 20-egg over wrap, and 5 dozen over wrap with the Julian dates ranging from 136 to 229 and plant numbers 1026, 1413, 1720, 1942 and1946. Dates and codes can be found stamped on the end of the egg cartons or the top of the over wrap bag.

  • Food Safety Recall (Eggs): Costco advises its customers that some eggs recalled by Moark LLC (Fontana, CA) were supplied to two Los Angeles Region business delivery warehouses. The affected eggs were packaged as Large Loose foodservice pack (Plant #1156; Julian date 187).

  • Dietary Supplement Warning: FDA warns consumers not to take TimeOut capsules, because it contains hydroxythiohomosildenafil, a chemical similar to sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra. TimeOut is marketed as a 100% natural dietary supplement for sexual enhancement and is distributed on Internet sites and online marketplaces as 2,500mg capsules. Hydroxythiohomosildenafil and sildenafil can interact with prescription drugs such as nitrates, including nitroglycerin, and cause dangerously low blood pressure.


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New York Times - Egg Recall Exposes Flaws in Nation’s Food Safety System

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 The time will come when milk cannot be used as freely as it is now used; but the present is not the time to discard it. And eggs contain properties which are remedial agencies in counteracting poisons...." Counsels on Diet and Foods p. 367


Published: August 24, 2010


Federal investigators have descended on Iowa to try to figure out the cause of a salmonella outbreak that may have sickened thousands of people and led to the recall of a half billion eggs. 


M. Spencer Green/Associated Press

     The Community Mercantile in Lawrence, Kan., which sells natural foods, assures its customers that “Our eggs are all right!!!”

Because most of the tainted eggs have either been used or removed from store shelves, consumers at this point appear to have little to fear from eating eggs as long as they are cooked properly. And new safety rules for egg production, which came too late to prevent this episode, might help stave off a similar outbreak in the future.
But some consumer advocates say the huge egg recall highlights a broader and continuing problem at the heart of the nation’s largest food recalls: a highly complicated and often dysfunctional
food safety system.
Whether the problems are traced to tainted peanuts, lettuce, tomatoes or frozen hamburger patties, consumer groups say federal oversight too often falls short.
     The responsibility for food safety remains split primarily between the Agriculture Department and the
Food and Drug Administration. But the way the responsibilities and resources are divided up can seem so illogical that some of the bureaucrats themselves have called for change.
There are few places where that is more evident than in the regulation of eggs. The F.D.A. oversees the safety of eggs still in their shells, but the Agriculture Department regulates liquid eggs that are used in industrial food production, while also being responsible for chickens and the grading of eggs for quality

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National/international Recalls and Alerts in Food Industry

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Dietary Supplement Safety Recall: Natural Wellness, Inc. recalls MasXtreme (Lot # 907043, UPC 094922300805) after FDA laboratory analysis detects undeclared amounts of aminotadalafil, an analog of tadalafil, in the product. Aminotadalafil may interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs such as nitroglycerin and may lower blood pressure to dangerous levels. Consumers with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease often take nitrates. FDA Warning Letter: FDA warns Amish Wedding Foods, Inc. (Millersburg, OH) that April and May 2010 inspections of the company's manufacturing facility revealed serious deviations from the low-acid food regulations during the manufacture of Sweet Potato Butter and Pumpkin Butter. FDA Warning Letter: FDA warns GroPoint Fisheries SDN BHD (Labuan, Malaysia) that an FDA review of the company's HACCP plan and supporting documentation revealed serious deviations from the requirements of the seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulation. FDA Warning Letter: FDA warns Fiesta Gourmet (Dearborn, MI) that a February 2010 inspection of the company's food processing facility revealed serious violations of the seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulation. Food Safety Recall: Food City recalls Paws Premium Beef & Cheese Flavor Dog Treats (24 oz.). No reason given for the recall. Food Safety Recall: Price Chopper recalls four varieties of Price Chopper brand Jumbo Biscuits (8 ct.), because the product may be moldy. Food Safety Recall: Top Food & Drug recalls four varieties of Haggen brand Biscuits (lots #8/29, 9/5 & 9/12, 2010)because of product mold. Food Safety Recall: Top Food & Drug recalls Stephen's Fry Sauce (UPC 7-29776-50010; Lot 11/10/10) because of bloating. Food Safety Recall: Azteca Linda Corp. (Brooklyn, NY) recalls Queso Fresco (Fresh White Cheese) and Queso Hebra (Fresh White String Cheese) with an expiration date of September 11, 2010, because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The Queso Fresco was sold to two distributors in Rhode Island. Queso Hebra was distributed to retail stores in Brooklyn and Staten Island, NY and to one distributor in Providence, RI.



Food Safety Recall: The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning consumers not to consume frozen La Nuestra Mamey Pulp, 14-ounce packages (product of Guatemala; UPC 7 56869 0008 4; all lot codes) as it may be contaminated with Salmonella. The CFIA has been informed of a recall of the La Nuestra brand Mamey Pulp in the United States. The recalled product is known to have been distributed in Alberta; however it may also have been distributed nationally.

  • Allergy Alert (UK): Percy Fox & Co. recalls three further batches of Heidsieck Monopole Blue Top NV Champagne (75 cl; Batch #01757985, #01757965 and #01757955) due to undeclared sulfites.

  • Allergy Alert (Ireland): Food Safety Authority of Ireland advises consumers that Heidsieck Monopole Blue Top NV Champagne (75 cl; Batch #01757975) contains undeclared sulfites.

  • Consumer Product Safety Notification (EU #2010.1163): Altered organoleptic characteristics of plastic cups from China; distributed to Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia.

  • Allergy Alert Notification (EU #2010.1164): Undeclared sulphite in mustard from the Czech Republic; distributed to Slovakia.

  • Animal Feed Safety Notification (EU #2010.1165): Salmonella in soybean meal from Argentina; distributed in Poland.

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Outbreaks and Alerts

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  • Nanaimo, BC. August 25th: Nanaimo Regional General Hospital has eliminated the latest outbreak of Clostridium difficile, after nearly five months of battling the infection. The microbe disease infected 49 patients; it was directly responsible for the death of two patients' deaths since the outbreak was declared March 29, and also contributed to two other deaths. A total of 13 people who had C. difficile died during the outbreak.

  • Córdoba, Spain. August 25th: The Department of Health has determined that the food poisoning outbreak that occurred on August 15th among guests at a wedding in Villanueva was due to seafood that was contaminated with Bacillus cereus

  • Berlin, Germany. August 25th: A third baby died Monday night at the University Hospital of Mainz in central Germany. Eight other babies are in serious or critical condition. The sick infants were fed liquid food intravenously, and it is suspected that the catheters were contaminated. German prosecutors are looking into whether the hospital should be charged with negligent homicide, according to news reports. Article reference. . .

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