Alerts for contaminated food are a latent consumer concern.
For several years, bad news has been circulating in the network of companies that demand the return of certain canned goods for exposing their customers to health risks.
Let’s read this couple of stories:
Contaminated food: the wraps could have stones
A Texas company is withdrawing more than 246,000 pounds of frozen breakfast wrappers, which have been sold throughout the US, for concern that the bacon you may be contaminated from external materials, especially small rocks.
The food brands El Monterrey, were published in January 2019 by Ruiz Foods Products in Denison, Texas: and also came egg, potato and cheese; According to the declarations of the Department of Agriculture of the United States (USDA).
USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) stated that the recall was issued, then, that the company received a report of an injury potential related to the consumption of said product. FSIS also has to have a health report.
All authorities ask all consumers who have understood the products, to throw them away or return them to the place where they bought them. The items were removed around 246,514 pounds and have expiration dates of 1/17/2029 and 1/18/2020, with lot codes 19017 and 19018.
This has become a trend in the food market.
Ragout sauces contaminated with plastic
Also, the company that owns Ragu, is removing some of their pasta sauce jars, because there is a possibility that they may contain plastic fragments.
The potentially contaminated products are the following sauces that were produced at the beginning of this month and distributed nationally:
Mizkan America declared on Saturday, June 15, that there have been no reports of injuries or complaints and that this is a voluntary withdrawal for “an abundance of caution.”
- “Chunky Tomato, Garlic & Onion” 45 oz., With expiration date of June 6, 2020.
- “Chunky Tomato, Garlic & Onion” of 66 oz., With an expiration date of June 5, 2020. “
- Chunky Tomato, Garlic & Onion” of 66 oz, with expiration date of June 6, 2020.
- “Old World Style Traditional” of 66 oz, with expiration date of June 4, 2020.
- “Old World Style Traditional” of 66 oz., With an expiration date of June 5, 2020.
For its part, the grocery store Publix, published an advertisement asking consumers who have purchased these products, not consume them and return them to the place where they bought them for a refund.
Additionally, if you purchased one of these sauces, you can contact Mizkan America to obtain a replacement coupon and to pick up the potentially contaminated sauces for further examination.
Thus, Mizkan America of Mt. Prospect, Illinois; is a subsidiary of the food company based in Handa, Japan: Mizkan. This company specializes in vinegars, sauces, mustards and dressings; and in 2014 it bought Ragú and Bertolli for $ 2.15 billion.
With information of NoticiasYa