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FOOD RECALLS -- July, 2016
A Word About Distribution Lists.....

The Environmental Health Division has reason to believe that the retail locations, if listed, received the indicated recalled food product(s) described in the news release/notice. Distribution lists may not include all retail locations that have received the recalled product(s) or may include retail locations that did not actually receive the recalled product(s).  Therefore, it is important that consumers use the product specific identification information in the news release/notice, in addition to this list of retail stores, to check food product(s) while shopping in your possession to see if they have been recalled.

For large volume recalls, it may take several days to assemble the initial distribution list.   Distribution lists may be updated as additional information becomes available. 

"Not Distributed in Los Angeles County" indicates that current information available did not identify retailers, distributors located within Los Angeles County.

Date of Recall Product
(common name)
Health Risk Distributed to Photo
Hampton Creek recalls Baking Mixes Possible Salmonella contamination High, Class I Walmart photo icon
Gel Spice Inc. recalls Ground Turmeric Powder Elevated lead levels High, Class I Big Lots Store photo icon
Agave Dream recalls Cappuccino Ice Cream Possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination High, Class I Ralphs photo icon
Bar-S Foods Company recalls chicken and Pork Hot Dogs and Corn Dog Products Possible Listeria monocytogenes High, Class I Walmart, Winco photo icon
Haring Catfish, Inc. recalls Catfish products Possible adulteration with the chemical gentian (crystal) violet High, Class I Island Pacifc, Good Fourtune, Valley Super market photo icon
International Commissary Corp recalls Cheese Bisquit Mix Possible E.coli O121 contamination High, Class I Dollar Tree/Food4Less photo icon
General Mills recalls two Betty Crocker cake mix flavors Possible E. coli O121 contamination High, Class I Ralphs, Food 4 Less, Smart & Final photo icon
General Mills limited quantity of Frozen Beyond Meat Vegetarian India Curry with Beyond Chicken Possible Lister contamination High, Class I Whole Foods Market  
Continental Mills, Inc recalls Blueberry Pancake Mix Possible E. coli O121 contamination High, Class I Various retailers photo icon
The Kroger Co recalls Deluxe S'mores Ice Cream Possible Undeclared Allergen - Peanuts High, Class I Ralphs, Foods 4 Less photo icon
Mister Cookie Face recalls Sundae Shoppe Ice Cream Dipped Variety cones Undeclared Allergen - Peanuts High, Class I Aldi Stores photo icon

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