Friday, March 29, 2013
Customers with Kroger Plus Cards who purchased the products will receive notifications by phone and on their register receipts.
If you have a Kroger Plus Card and purchased Farm Rich products subject to a recent recall due to possible E. Coli contamination, expect to hear from the retail chain. On Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Safety Inspection Services (FSIS) announced Farm Rich products is voluntarily recalling 196,222 pounds of product. At this time, the recall only affects 22 oz. Farm Rich Mini Pizza Slices, with a “Best Buy” date of May 15 or May 16, 2014, in the Kroger Michigan Division. The product UPC code is 41322 35643. “All Kroger customers who purchased the recalled product using their Kroger Plus Card will receive a phone call and a message on the bottom of future receipts stating the recalled product was purchased,” said Dale …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Sold in Farmington Hills and other stores between Nov. 28-Dec. 3, the foods may contain pieces of blue plastic, although no illness or injury has been reported.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Busch’s Fresh Food Market today is announcing the voluntary recall of several handmade Busch’s products, due to the unlikely but possible contamination of a purchased ingredient with pieces of blue plastic. Busch’s uses this purchased ingredient in preparing the following voluntarily recalled products: Recalled products would have been purchased from Nov. 28, 2012 through Dec. 3, 2012. Busch’s Fresh Food Market has received no confirmation of illness or injury associated with the consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about an illness or injury should immediately contact their healthcare provider. Source: Busch's Fresh Food Market press release
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
More than 70 varieties of peanuts are added to a massive Sunland Inc. recall for possible salmonella contamination. Here's the latest.
A food recall that began with a contaminated batch of peanut butter sold at Trader Joe's has now expanded to include raw and roasted in-shell and shelled peanuts, Sunland Inc. announced Friday in a news release posted on the Food and Drug Administration website. The nuts were processed in the Sunland Peanut Processing Plant in Portales, N.M. The same plant processed the two Trader Joe's Valencia Peanut Butter varieties linked to an outbreak of salmonella bradeney, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The potential salmonella contamination could cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, the elderly or others with compromised immune systems. Healthy persons who get infected with salmonella …
Sunday, September 23, 2012
If you have it, bring it back and the Farmington Hills store will give you a full refund.
Trader Joe’s corporate officials say they are acting “out of an abundance of caution” and ordering the recall of one type of its house brand peanut butter over salmonella concerns. “Trader Joe’s Creamy Salted Valencia Peanut Butter” should not be eaten, the Monrovia-based specialty grocery chain said. “We have no confirmed information that suggests this peanut butter is unsafe to eat,” the company stated. But the food should not be eaten “pending health-related inquiries.” Trader Joe’s has one store in Farmington Hills, at 14 Mile and Northwestern. The Food and Drug Administration posted the company’s voluntary recall on its web site but did not comment on the company’s statement. The potential salmonella contamination could cause serious …
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The grocery store chain asks customers in 15 states to return the product, because of possible listeria contamination.
The Kroger Co. is asking all Michigan customers, and those in 14 other states, to check their refrigerators for certain Kroger Fresh Selections Tender Spinach 10-ounce packages, which are being recalled due to possible listeria monocytogenes contamination. Pregnant women or people with weakened immune systems could suffer severe illness after eating listeria monocytogenes. According to an alert issued by the Food and Drug Administration, the product is supplied by NewStar Fresh Foods LLC, has UPC code 0001111091649 and a "best if used by" date of Sept. 16. Any opened or unopened products should not be consumed and should be returned by customers to their local Kroger store for a full refund or replacement. Other states included in the …
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Customers may return the products to any Busch's Fresh Food Market for a full refund.
If you have a Busch's Fresh Food Market chicken pot pie in the house, you'll want to check its UPC code. The company today announced the voluntary recall of the products, in connection with an expanded voluntary recall announced by Spartan Stores, Inc. due to concerns of possible contact with listeria monocytogenes. A press release issued Thursday morning indicated no products have been identified as coming into contact with the organism, and the products in the voluntary recall have been cooked, which generally kills the bacteria. "However, since we cannot guarantee that, we are exercising extreme caution and asking that all products be discarded or returned for a full refund," the release noted. The products being voluntarily recalled …
Friday, August 17, 2012
Approximately 4 million of the products were recalled this week after nearly 20 reports of infant skull fractures.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Bumbo International recalled approximately 4 million Bumbo Baby Seats this week after nearly 20 reports of infant skull fractures since 2007. The consumer safety agency warns that babies can maneuver out of or fall from the molded foam seat, posing a risk of serious injuries. "Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately," the CPSC said in a press release Wednesday. "It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product." The Bumbo Baby Seats were sold from August 2003 through August 2012 for between $30 and $50 at Sears, Target, Toys R Us (including Babies R Us), USA Babies, Walmart and other toy and children's stores nationwide. A free repair kit that includes a …
Monday, January 30, 2012
Kroger is recalling Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes for because they may contain soy. The supermarket chain is also making automated phone calls to inform customers about the recall.
Kroger stores are recalling certain Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes because they may contain soy protein. According to a release from Pinnacle Foods Group LLC, the parent company for Aunt Jemima, people who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to soy protein may run the risk of an allergic reaction if they consume this product. Pinnacle issued the voluntary recall after it discovered "there may have been a potential cross-contact with product that contained soy protein being produced on the same equipment" according to the release. The company has no reports of illness, and the Food and Drug Administration has been made aware of this recall. According to Pinnacle, this recall applies to Aunt Jemima Frozen Panckes in cardboard cartons with …
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Kroger and Honeysuckle brands are part of the voluntary callback since bacteria was found in a sample.
Approximately 185,000 pounds of ground turkey is being recalled after a sample showed a low level of salmonella infection. Cargill Meat Solutions Corp. of Springdale, AR, announced Sunday that it is recalling Honeysuckle White, Kroger and HEB brands of 85-percent-lean fresh ground turkey products due to possible contamination from Salmonella Heidelberg. There are no known illnesses associated with the contamination, Cargill said in a press release. All packages include Est. P-963 on the label. Consumers are urged to return any packages of ground turkey itemslisted on Cargill's ground turkey recall website to stores where they were purchased for a full refund or check this complete list of the products involved in the recall. Consumers may…