Check Your Kitchen – 8/20 Week in Recalls
MakeFoodSafe.com would like to help you keep your family safe from unsafe foods. Each week we bring together a list of the current recalls. Some recalls are issued due to undeclared allergens, which could cause serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if someone sensitive to the product consumes it. Other recalls are issued due to contamination with harmful material or other health risk. Check back often and evaluate your fridge, pantry, and shopping list to make sure you can identify which foods to avoid. This week’s recalls include: Lipari Foods, LLC Recalls Turkey and Cheese Wedge Sandwiches Due to Potential Health Hazard Lipari Foods, LLC issued a recall for their Premo Brand turkey and cheese wedge sandwiches produced by their sister company JLM on August 22, 2018 due to the potential health risk, Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes is a harmful organism that can cause illness in anyone, though the very young, the very…
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