Two more food product recalls have been announced by U.S. food safety authorities. They are cheese spread, contaminated with Salmonella bacteria, and bacon products, contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
The cheese spread was sold through retailers, whereas the bacon products, originating in Canada, went to food service facilities.
Here are the details:
Miss Bonnie’s Gourmet, LLC is recalling its Miss Bonnie’s Gourmet Classic Cheddar Cheese Spread distributed between 8/1/11 and 8/10/11, with a “Best By Date” of December 23, 2011 and batch code number 0116206G113. The product is packaged in 8 ounce glass jars and was distributed to Kroger Stores in Roanoke, Virginia; Cincinnati, Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky; and Memphis, Tennessee.
Aliments Prince, S.E.C., an establishment from Ontario, Canada, is recalling approximately 380,000 pounds of diced bacon products. Food service institutions take note! The list of products recalled is posted on http://www.fsis.usda.gov/News_&_Events/Recall_063_2011_Release/index.asp:
To your good health,