When it comes to food recalls, I am the Food Institute's point man. On any given day, three to four food recalls will pop into my RSS feed, ranging from undeclared allergens to potential pathogens to contamination with extraneous materials. So you may understand why I took notice of about ten recalls all pointing to the same reason for recall: undeclared milk.read more
Researching and learning about food product recalls is part of the daily routine here at the Food Institute, and a majority of those stories never reach the national news. Often, the products are recalled due to an abundance of caution, and many never even reach store shelves before they are recalled by the product maker. However, some foodborne illness and food product recall stories become big news, especially when they originate from a beloved brand. Just ask read more
If you are an avid reader of Today in Food, you know that we cover a countless number of recalls. These recalls range from everything to misbranding to contamination with pathogens. From small mom-and-pop shops to major food manufacturers and every operation in between, hundreds of companies recall food items each year to prevent customers from getting sick.read more
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