The food industry is among one of the rapidly growing industry, and during this growth recalling millions of units voluntarily is a huge step; Kudos to Pepperidge Farm.
As per the statement made by the company, Pepperidge Farm, under the label of Campbell Soup, has made a decision to revoke its 3.3M units of Goldfish Crackers because of the existence of salmonella in whey powder used in manufacturing the units.
The four revoked sorts are Flavor Blasted Sour Cream & Onion, Flavor Blasted Xtra Cheddar, Goldfish Mix Xtra Cheddar with Pretzel, and Goldfish Baked blended with Whole Grain Xtra Cheddar.
In a statement, the company said, that they were informed by a supplier of ingredient that the whey powder that they used while making the four mentioned varieties of Goldfish Crackers could possibly have salmonella in it.
However, the company shared that there has been no case of illness been reported because of these units. Bethridge Toovell, spokeswoman, Pepperidge Farm, shared the number of units recalled after the ingredient supplier shared the information of the existence of Salmonella.
On Saturday, the company on its own is revoking few of the Ritz Bits products and Ritz Cracker sandwiches over the same concerns, that the ingredient of whey powder is being potentially spoiled with the presence of salmonella in it.
In the recent part of this month, Kellogg stated that they are taking away 1.3M units of its honey Smack cereal from around 30+ states of the US because of the potential contamination due to salmonella existence in the product.
The Food and Drug Administration depart of the US also released a warning for the residents of 8 United States’ states of revoked units of pre-cut melon which is associated with a salmonella outbreak that was already distributed to various stores which comes under Kroger, Costco Wholesale, Amazon.com and Walmarts’ Whole Foods.
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