Unilever has withdrawn three varieties of its Slimfast bars due to a packaging mix-up.
This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Belgium, Germany, the UK, France, Hong Kong, Canada and Australia.
More companies in the EU are taking control by issuing voluntary recalls instead of being forced to take mandatory action, according to Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS.
Organic yogurt giant Stonyfield is recalling cups of its YoBaby brand yogurt from 122 stores across the US over fears the products may be contaminated with coliform bacteria.
A wholesaler who illegally repackaged powdered milk has been slapped with a fine of more than £15,000 ($25,200, €18,300) by a British court.
Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of hot dogs because the meat products may contain allergens not listed on the packaging label.
Four people who attended the recent Food Safety Summit conference and exhibition reportedly have been stricken with a foodborne pathogen.
Almost a third of lamb takeaway meals contained other cheaper meat, according to findings released by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA).
This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Norway, Belgium, Germany, the UK, USA, Canada and Australia.
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Nestlé said it was 'very concerned' to learn of a consumer complaint about a batch of its cereal in Greece containing dead insects.
A salmonella outbreak tied to tainted chicken is rolling on more than a year after the first reported incident, with 500+ consumers reportedly falling ill.
This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Belgium, Greece, the UK, USA, Canada and Australia.
A Listeria outbreak linked to one death and one miscarriage was most likely caused by ‘substantial sanitation deficiencies’ during the cheese-making process, according to an Centers for Disease Control and...
A Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) survey has found that the majority of whole cantaloupe samples tested negative for Salmonella.
Tyson Foods is voluntarily recalling 75,320 of frozen, cooked chicken nuggets after consumers reported finding plastic contaminants in the food.
The FDA has ordered Jensen’s Old Fashioned Smokehouse to close its doors after the seafood processor tested positive for the presence of Listeria monocytogenes.
Carlsberg Sweden has launched an investigation after accidentally sending Pepsi MAX cans filled with a citrus-based alcopop to retail customer Lidl.
This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to the UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, Australia and Hong Kong.
The food industry needs to focus on building public trust back and supply chain integrity after recent incidents, according to the group head of manufacturing excellence at Premier Foods.
An outbreak of Salmonella that has sickened 12 people in Wales has been linked to a type of seaweed.
The Society of Food Hygiene and Technology (SOFHT) has launched its 2014 Student Award to encourage students to choose a career in the food industry.
Maple Leaf Foods has been hit with a $110,000 fine in connection with an incident that mauled a worker at its meat processing plant.
A producer that makes private-label foods for Walmart, Target, and other high-profile retailers is initiating a widespread recall of its food products after inspectors turned up positive tests for Listeria...
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) Global Standards has published a guideline to help manufacturers identify allergens and ensure best practices are met and risks reduced.