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Food Alerts for 2007

31.12.2007: Recall of Raw Oysters Suspected of Being Contaminated with Norovirus in the U.S.A

20.12.2007: Recall of Baked Goods due to Possible Presence of Plastic Pieces

13.12.2007: Recall of Cheese Suspected of Being Contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes in the U.S.A.

07.12.2007: Recall of Bottled Water Suspected of Being Contaminated with Bacillus cereus in the U.S.

07.12.2007: Recall of Canned Pork Luncheon Meat Due to the Presence of Trace Amount of Malachite Green

07.12.2007: Expanded Recall of Canned Pork Products Due to the Presence of Low Levels of Nitrofurans Metabolite

03.12.2007: Recall of Canned Luncheon Meat Due to the Presence of Low Level of Nitrofurans Metabolite

30.11.2007: Recall of Chocolate in Europe

25.11.2007: Recall of Frozen Mussel Meat in New Zealand Due to Possible Contamination with Listeria monocytogenes

18.10.2007: Voluntary Recall of Yoghurt Products in Australia Due to Possible Presence of Metal Pieces

11.10.2007: Recall of a French Red Wine in Switzerland Due to Possible Presence of Glass Fragments

28.08.2007: A Cheese in the United States Imported from Italy was Found to be Contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes

24.08.2007: Expanded Recall of Raw Oysters in the United States Due to Possible Contamination with Vibrio parahaemolyticus (Updated on 24.08.2007)

09.08.2007: Recall of Raw Oysters in the United States Due to Possible Contamination with Vibrio parahaemolyticus

23.07.2007: Expanded Recall of Canned Products in the United States and CanadaDue to Possible Contamination with Botulinum Toxin (Updated on 23.07.2007)

20.07.2007: Expanded Recall of Canned Products in the United StatesDue to Possible Contamination with Botulinum Toxin (Updated on 20.07.2007)

19.07.2007: Recall of Hot Dog Chili Sauce in the United States Due to Possible Contamination with Botulinum Toxin

06.07.2007: Recall of Snack Food in the United States and Canada Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella (Updated on 06.07.2007)

29.06.2007: Recall of Salted Fish in Oil Due to the Presence of High Level of Histamine

29.06.2007: Recall of Snack Food in the United States and Canada Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella (29.06.2007)

29.05.2007: Recall Extension of Sesame Tahini in the United States and CanadaDue to Possible Contamination with Salmonella (Updated on 29.05.2007)

11.05.2007: Recall of Sesame Tahini in Canada Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella

07.05.2007: Recall of Archer Farms Four Cheese Risotto in the United States
Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella

28.04.2007: Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Toxin Detected in Scallop

07.04.2007: Voluntary Recall of Certain Chocolate Bars in Australia Due to Possible Presence of Plastic Pieces

26.03.2007: Complaints of Oily Diarrhoea after Consuming Certain Types of Marine Fish

26.03.2007: Recall of Certain Bottled Mineral Water in the United States and Canada (Updated on 26.03.2007)

20.03.2007: Recall of Ready-to-eat Potato Salad in the United States due to Possible Contamination with Listeria monocytogenes

12.03.2007: Recall of Certain Bottled Mineral Water in the United States and Canada (Updated on 12.03.2007)

12.03.2007: Voluntary Recall of Peanut Butter Products in the United States Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella (Updated on 12.03.2007)

08.03.2007: Recall of Certain Bottled Mineral Water in the United States

04.03.2007: Recall of contaminated raw oysters in the United States

02.03.2007: Voluntary Recall of Peanut Butter Products in the United States Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella (Updated on 02.03.2007)

01.03.2007: Expanded Recall of Chicken Breast Strips Product in the U.S. due to Possible Contamination with Listeria monocytogenes (Updated on 01.03.2007)

26.02.2007: Voluntary Recall of Two Peanut Butter Products in the United States Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella (Updated on 26.02.2007)

26.02.2007: Voluntary Recall of Two Peanut Butter Products in the United States Due to Possible Contamination with Salmonella

22.02.2007: Recall of chicken breast strips product in the U.S. due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes

17.02.2007: Recall of Certain Jars of Earth's Best Baby Food Due to the Risk of Contamination with Clostridium botulinum

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