Not a Good Week for North Carolina Papa John’s

April 19, 2014
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by Ben Chapman First a manager at a Charlotte Papa John’s was diagnosed with hepatitis A resulting in hundreds of IgG shots and now a Raleigh-area outlet has been questioned about storing and transporting raw dough unsafely. One situation is a real public health risk, the other elicits some yuck-factor response. According to WRAL’s Monica […]

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26 Whole Foods Recall Mini Butter Croissants – Illness

April 19, 2014
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Whole Foods Market Southwest Region is recalling mini butter croissants because they contain eggs, an undeclared allergen. The recalled mini butter croissants were sold with a Whole Foods Market scale label reading “mini butter croissants” in six pack plastic containers with a “best by” date of April 21 to April 23 and a UPC of […]

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Man’s Soda Refill costs him $525 & Gets him slapped with a Federal Charge

April 18, 2014
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A Charleston, South Carolina man is speaking out after receiving a $525 ticket following his soda refill at a Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital. As reported by WCSC Live 5 News, construction worker Christopher Lewis was working on-site at the downtown Charleston VA Medical center and during lunch in the hospital cafeteria, he grabbed a refill […]

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Bar Harbor Certified Maine Lobster Juice

April 18, 2014
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Sponsored Ad PRESENTING THE WORLD’S FIRST CERTIFIED MAINE LOBSTER JUICE   Tune in to Chef Jamie Gwen as she talks about Bar Harbor Maine Lobster Juice on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/food-wine-with-chef-jamie-gwen/id689682897?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 READ MORE ON OUR BLOG.        ___________________________________ © 2014 US Food Safety.  No copyright claim is made for portions of this blog and linked items that […]

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Introducing THE PANDLE

April 16, 2014
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Sponsored Advertorial Don’t  Handle It – Pandle It! The Pandle (patent pending) is a specially designed handle to make transportation of warming pans quick, easy, safe and sanitary. How it Works: The Pandle works by clamping onto the edges of the pan and provides a convenient lifting handle. At the same time, it firmly holds […]

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Kitchen Conversations from Cambro

April 14, 2014
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Sponsored Advertorial “Running or Operating a restaurant is a walk in the park: stress-free and anybody can do it!” – said no one. Ever! Many operators and managers quit because it’s too much to handle – or they simply get burned out.  It’s no wonder so many restaurants fail within the first year.  Running a […]

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Naked Infusions Salsa

April 11, 2014
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Sponsored Advertorial NAKED infusions Salsas It’s time to get NAKED! salsa that is… NAKED infusions brings to you a salsa so pure and so delicious. WHY get Naked? 100% Organic Non-GMO Vegan (all but 2) Gluten Free No sugar, no vinegar, no onions Ingredients are infused for maximum flavor and freshness 100% organic ingredients come […]

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Lobster & Scallop Pasta with Sundried Tomato Sauce from Bar Harbor Foods

April 10, 2014
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Sponsored Recipe Lobster & Scallop Pasta with Sundried Tomato Sauce Easy enough for a weeknight supper, fancy enough for company; lobster and scallops are tossed with pasta and finished with a delicate sundried tomato sauce. Serves: 4 – 6 Active time: 28 minutes Total time: 28 minutes Ingredients: 1 pound pasta (gemelli, penne, fettuccine)                                                          2 […]

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Cambro Foodservice Business of the Week

April 7, 2014
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Sponsored Advertorial  FEATURED BUSINESS OF THE WEEK Ettoufee and Beignets Tell us your story and you might be the next Featured Foodservice Business of the Week! Cambro is dedicated to supporting the foodservice industry and foodservice professionals from educational programs like ProStart to seasoned pros. Cambro loves to hear from the dedicated, inspiring and entrepreneurial foodservice professionals […]

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Mother finds Xanax in preschooler’s Easter egg

April 19, 2014
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Police in Michigan are investigating how a preschooler ended up bringing home a plastic Easter egg containing a generic Xanax pill, WXYZ reports. Police say a 4-year-old girl obtained the egg when she attended an Easter egg hunt at an elementary school Wednesday. According to WJBK, her mother reportedly found the medication when she opened […]

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Fast food: Cookies for peace

April 18, 2014
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Baker Beth “Ginger Betty” Veneto is trying to spread 8-year-old Boston Marathon bombing ­victim Martin Richard’s ­message of peace and love one cookie at time. Richard is the young Dorchester boy many remember for his handmade “peace” sign that said “no more hurting people.” The powerful photo of him holding the sign stood in harsh […]

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Portland (OR) to flush 38M gallon reservoir after teen uses it as a toilet

April 18, 2014
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by Doug Powell Portland will dispose of 38 million gallons of treated reservoir water after learning that a 19-year-old man urinated into it, even though urine-tainted drinking water is apparently not much of a health risk.  Water Bureau Administrator David Shaff said that animals urinate into the reservoir often and that there’s no real problem with […]

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Thinogenics Worldwide Recall

April 18, 2014
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Nature’s Universe is recalling all lots of old Thinogenics product (product sold prior to February 6, 2014, hereinafter the “Old Product”) for containing sibutramine. Beginning February 13, 2014, Nature’s Universe began selling a new, reformulated Thinogenics that does not contain sibutramine (hereinafter referred to as the “New Product”). These products are used as weight loss aids […]

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