Product Recalls

1,200 Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled by Ranchers Legacy Meat Company Due to E. coli Contamination

1,200 Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled by Ranchers Legacy Meat Company Due to E. c

On Saturday, in an announcement the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said that a food company based in Minnesota food will recall around 1,200 pound of ground beef products which might have been tainted with E. Coli.

Chinese made dog food being recalled due to fears of contamination

Chinese made dog food being recalled due to fears of contamination

Retailers of dog and cat food in the U. S. are removing Chinese-made pet treats from their racks due to increased fears of contamination in them.

PETCO turned into the first national pet food store to end the offer of Chinese-made treats this week, because of concerns over contamination, but other such pet food retailers are following suit.

Ford announces recall of 692,000 Escapes and C-Max hybrids in North America

Ford announces recall of 692,000 Escapes and C-Max hybrids in North America

On Friday, bigwig US automaker Ford revealed in an announcement that it was going to recall more than 692,000 Escape small SUVs and C-Max gas-electric hybrids in North America. The vehicles being recalled are 2013 and 2014 year-models.

Nissan recalling nearly 990,000 vehicles due to passenger airbag defect

Nissan recalling nearly 990,000 vehicles due to passenger airbag defect

According to a recent bulletin from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Nissan is issuing a recall of nearly 990,000 vehicles in North America because of an airbag defect.

Botulism fears lead to recall of bacon jam in Alberta

Botulism fears lead to recall of bacon jam in Alberta

A brand of pork belly jam is being constantly reviewed in Alberta in the wake of testing that shows it could hold the microorganisms that causes botulism.

Kitchen by Brad Smoliak brand pig meat spread is continuously evacuated from the commercial center after Canadian Food Inspection Agency tests uncovered it may allow the development of Clostridium botulinum.

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