Pig Ear Dog Treat Recall announced for Boss Pet Brand due to possible Salmonella

Pig Ear Recall

Pig Ear Dog Treats being recalled -

(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a voluntary recall of Boss Pet Diggers Natural Treat Pig Ear pet treats due to a possible Salmonella contamination. Dogs may become very ill from Salmonella infection. Humans that handle these treats can also become ill from touching these treats. One dog in Missouri was reported to have become ill after eating the contaminated pig ear treats. An investigation is ongoing with Boss Pet and the FDA to determine if any other products are contaminated.

Places where the potentially contaminated pig ears have touched may pose a health risk. These surfaces should be cleaned and disinfected. Humans should was their hands thoroughly and avoid touching the recalled pig ears.

Deli Meat Recall involving 15,900 pounds of roast beef and pastrami announced by FSIS

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(Best Syndication News) - The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced on May 13, a recall of approximately 15,900 pounds of ready-to-eat deli meat from Rose & Shore Meat Co. due to the possibility of Listeria monocytogene contamination. The deli meat involved are roast beef and pastrami products that came from the Vernon, California company.

Listeria monocytogenes can be a fatal disease when a person eats food and suffers from a listeriosis infection. Listeriosis rarely happens in healthy individuals. Symptoms of listeriosis include a high fever, severe headache, neck stiffnes, and nausea. Pregnant women that get listeriosis can have miscarriages and stillbirths. Those with a weakend immune system, the very young, and the very old are at a higher risk for developing listeriosis.

Donut Recall - List includes Bimbo Donitas and Entenmann's bagged doughnuts

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Donuts involved in recall

(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration announced a voluntary recall for two different donut brands from Bimbo Bakeries USA, Inc. The Entenmann's Bagged Pop'ems Donuts and the Bimbo 8 pack Donitas Donuts are involved in this recall due to an off smell that could be possible mold.

Bimbo initiated this recall after receiving complaints from customers of an unpleasant smell and a temporary illness. The company said that the risk for serious illness from eating the donuts is low, but out of safety, the company recommends not eating the products. There is a possibility of developing gastro-intestinal distress including nausea and diarrhea.

Both of the recalled donut products were made at the same factory. Several different flavors of donuts included in this recall. Other donuts made under these brands and are not listed in this recall, are safe to eat.

Ready-to-eat salad recall announced for possible Salmonella contamination of grape tomatoes

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(Best Syndication News) - A massive recall of 22,000 pounds of ready-to-eat salad products from Taylor Farms Pacific, out of Tracy, California, has been announced because of grape tomatoes that could be contaminated with Salmonella. The ready-to-eat salads have meat and poultry in them and have been initially distributed to Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, and Washington. The salads could have then been distributed to other states. The recall was a voluntary one issued by Taylor Farms Pacific along with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Salmonella contamination can cause symptoms of diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever usually within 6 to 72 hours of infection. The person with salmonella infection could vomit, have a headache, and those with weak immune systems, the elderly, and the very young are at risk for developing a life-threatening illness.

Hyundai recall announced for automatic transmission problem

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(Best Syndication News) - Today the NHTSA announced a recall for some Hyundai 2010 Santa Fe vehicles due to a problem with the power train, driveline, and driveshaft. The defect could eventually cause damage to the automatic transmission.

There are around 6,169 vehicles involved in this recall. The 2010 Santa Fe 2 WD vehicles with a 2.4L engine and have the automatic transmissions are involved. The transmission problem was found in these vehicle that were manufactured between October 15, 2009 through March 5, 2010.

The problem is with the intermediate shaft which could be misaligned with the output gear's right side. This could lead to a whirring or whining noise when driving. If the car is continued to be driven with this sound, it could eventually cause damage to the automatic transmission. If the transmission becomes damaged it could cause driving to become difficult which could lead a car crash.

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