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FDA Recalls You Should Know About—Week of April 22, 2018

In case you missed them, we’ve compiled a list of the latest recalls posted this week.

We’ve compiled a list of recalls issued by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that should be on your radar.

OC Raw Dog Chicken, Fish, & Produce Recalled Due to Potential Listeria

OC Raw Dog, LLC, has issued a recall for about 1,560 pounds of Chicken, Fish, & Produce Raw Frozen Canine Formulation bearing a lot number of 3652 and a use by date of October 11, 2018, due to potential Listeria contamination. The recalled product was manufactured on October 11, 2017.

The product was shipped to the following 7 states: California, Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.

The bacteria can cause severe, sometimes deadly infection in animals who consume contaminated food. Pets can be carriers of the bacteria and infect humans, even if pets are not presenting with symptoms.

For more information, read the official Company Announcement.

Ice Pops Recalled Due to Potential Listeria Contamination

Out of an abundance of caution, the Ziegenfelder Company has issued a voluntary recall of about 3,000 cases of Budget $aver Cherry Pineapple Monster Pops and Sugar-Free Twin Pops due to potential Listeria contamination.

The recalled products were distributed to retail grocers and distributors in the following 15 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Maine, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

To date, no associated illnesses have been reported.

For more information, read the official press release.

Greenbelt Greenhouse Ltd Recalls Microgreens Due to Potential Listeria

Greenbelt Greenhouse LTD has issued a recall for all Greenbelt Microgreen products that bear “best before” dates from April 24, 2018, and April 30, 2018, due to potential Listeria contamination. The recalled products can be identified by the purple and green label on the lid of the plastic clamshells which is clear. The date can be found on the bottom left corner of the label above the UPC barcode.

The recalled products were distributed to Whole Foods stores in Washington from April 11, 2018, and April 24, 2018.

For more information, check out the company announcement.