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Bob Evans Farms Recalls Nearly 47000 Pounds of Sausage - Fortune

FortuneBob Evans Farms Recalls Nearly 47000 Pounds of SausageFortuneBob Evans Farms is recalling some of its raw pork sausage products over possible contamination. The company is recalling .....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 14th, 2018

Bob Evans recalls sausage links because they may contain plastic, USDA says

Bob Evans Farms is recalling 46,734 pounds of sausage links because they could contain plastic, the U.S. Department of Agr.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodaySep 14th, 2018

Bob Evans Farms Recalls Nearly 47,000 Pounds of Sausage

Clear, hard plastic was apparently found in the sausage. Bob Evans Farms is recalling some of its raw pork sausage products over possible contamination. The company is recalling nearly 47,000 pounds of sausage links after d.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneSep 14th, 2018

Bob Evans pork sausage products recalled - WTHR

NewsweekBob Evans pork sausage products recalledWTHRWASHINGTON (WTHR) – Bob Evans Farms, Inc. is recalling approximately 46,734 pounds of pork sausage link products because they may be contaminated with plastic material. The U.S. Department o.....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 14th, 2018

Some Bob Evans sausage links recalled, may contain plastic

The Agriculture Department says Bob Evans Farms is recalling nearly 47,000 pounds (21,318 kilograms) of pork sausage links because it might contain pieces of plastic......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsSep 14th, 2018

This week's recalls: 1 million GM pickups and SUVs, Bob Evans sausage links, Gravel Ridge Farm eggs

Major recalls this week included GM pickups and large SUVs, Bob Evans Farms sausage, a.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodaySep 14th, 2018

This week's recalls: 1 million GM pickups and SUVs, Bob Evans sausage links, Gravel Ridge Farm eggs - USA TODAY

USA TODAYThis week's recalls: 1 million GM pickups and SUVs, Bob Evans sausage links, Gravel Ridge Farm eggsUSA TODAYGeneral Motors' recall of more than 1 million full-size pickups and l.....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 14th, 2018

USDA Recalls 29,000 Pounds of Jimmy Dean Sausage

Authorities fear breakfast meat may contain metal. More than 29,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean frozen, ready-to-eat pork and poultry sausage links are being recalled after the discovery that they might contain pieces of metal. The U.S. Dep.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneDec 11th, 2018

Tyson Foods recalls 190,757 pounds of chicken products

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Category: blogSource: theflyonthewallJun 10th, 2019

Tyson Foods recalls over 190,000 pounds of chicken fritters sold to restaurants, schools

Tyson Foods is recalling thousands of pounds of ready-to-eat chicken fritter products after consumers reportedly fou.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJun 8th, 2019

Perdue Foods recalls more than 31,000 pounds of chicken products

Perdue Foods LLC. is recalling approximately 31,703 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products that may be contaminated with extraneou.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJun 3rd, 2019

Tyson Food subsidiary recalls 10 tons of beef patties for possible plastic contamination

AdvancePierre Foods, acquired by Tyson Foods in 2017, is recalling about 20,300 pounds of beef patties for possible contaminat.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayApr 3rd, 2019

Tyson subsidiary recalls more than 20,000 pounds of ready-to-eat beef patties

Shares of Tyson Foods Inc. slipped 0.4% in premarket trade Wednesday, after its Oklahoma-based subsidiary AdvancePierre Foods Inc. recalled 20,373 pounds of ready-to-eat beef pattie.....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 3rd, 2019

Tyson Recalls More Than 34 Tons of Contaminated Frozen Chicken Strips

Metal found in the popular children's food. Tyson Foods is recalling more than 69,000 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strip products after customers reported finding pieces of metal in the popular children’s food. The Tyson recal.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneMar 22nd, 2019

Tyson recalls chicken strips due to metal fears

Arkansas-based Tyson Foods is recalling more than 69,000 pounds (31,297 kilograms) of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips because they may be contaminated with pieces of metal......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsMar 22nd, 2019

Butterball recalls ground turkey after 4 salmonella cases

Butterball LLC is voluntarily recalling more than 78,000 pounds of raw ground turkey products nationwide as Wisconsin health officials investigate four salmonella cases in the state......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsMar 14th, 2019

Butterball Recalls 78,000 Pounds of Ground Turkey

Action includes store brands from Kroger and Food Lion. Butterball and the Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service have announced the recall of 78,164 pounds of raw ground turkey products that might be con.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneMar 14th, 2019

Butterball recalls 78,000 pounds of raw ground turkey due to salmonella concerns

Butterball is recalling 78,000 pounds of ground turkey due to salmonella concerns. Investigators discovered the problem during a multi-state outb.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayMar 14th, 2019

Chef Boyardee Recalls Nearly 3,000 Pounds of Microwavable Meals

Chef Boyardee bowls labeled as chicken and rice actually contain beef ravioli, which is an allergy concern for people with dairy or wheat.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneMar 11th, 2019

Ohio company recalls more than 7 tons of BBQ beef

Federal authorities say an Ohio-based food company is recalling more than 14,000 pounds (6,000 kilograms) of pulled barbequed beef products that could be contaminated with rubber......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsApr 8th, 2018

Texas company recalls nearly 25 tons of smoked sausage items

A Texas company has recalled nearly 25 tons (23 metric tons) of smoked sausage products due to possible contamination with plastic......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsMay 7th, 2018