The recall impacts the wild cherry flavor and comes after a cleaning solution was inadvertently introduced into a production line
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The agency’s multi-billion-dollar plan is designed to bolster the resiliency of the country’s food supply chain.
The products may have been contaminated with Cronobacter, C. botulinum.
FDA recognizes the ingredient as safe for human consumption when used in small amounts.
Private food testing laboratories will be vital components of the plan.
FDA also announces review of agency’s food program.
The meal delivery service has pulled its French Lentil and Leek crumbles after hundreds of complaints of serious illness
Factory identifies lecithin as source of the contamination
The partnership is designed to enhance productivity, address supply chain issues, and identify food security challenges
While FDA and USDA offer solutions to the crisis, OIG investigates agency response