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Imported Candy Recalled for Lead

September 17, 2013 by


The following recall has been posted on the California Department of Public Health website. Santos Inc. of San Leandro, CA. is recalling Santos Rewadi Sugar Candy, Imported from India for Unacceptable levels of lead. Description: Santos Rewadi Sugar Candy Net Weight – 7.0oz. (200gm) • See through package with green, red and yellow colors. • […]

Update: Imported Ginger Candy Recalled for High Levels of Lead

August 8, 2013 by


Ginger Candy it received from Lucky Shing Company due to elevated levels of lead. Ginger Candy is imported from Vietnam. Evershing International Trading, Inc. learned on July 30, 2013 from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), that the Ginger Candy contains high levels of lead that could cause health problems to consumers, particularly infants, […]

Oysters Recalled Nationwide for Possible Vibrio Parahaemolyticus Contamination

August 6, 2013 by


 d.d. Denotta Company, Hood Canal, Washington is recalling all Pacific oysters, varying in size from extra small to large nationwide for possible Vibrio Parahaemolyticus contamination. The information was posted on the California Department of Public Health website. Harvest Dates are from July 5, 2013 to July 25, 2013. The following information is from the CDC website: What […]

Imported Chinese Plum product Recalled for Lead

October 23, 2012 by


Thee California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has recalled an imported Chinese plum product for lead.  Her is the recall information.  Chan Pui Mui Preserved Plum • Sold in a 14 ounce (400 gram) clear plastic package • Package has red and blue labeling and contains a large white circle in the middle of the […]

Dried Sliced Mushroom Warning by CA Board of Health for Sulfites

December 4, 2011 by


The California Department of Public Health (CDPH), warned consumers not to eat Shirakiku Brand Dried Shiitake Whole Mushrooms and Shirakiku Brand Dried Shiitake Sliced Mushrooms, imported from China, because they may contain high levels of sulfites not disclosed on the product label. The recall was initiated by Nishimoto Trading Company, Ltd. of Santa Fe Springs, […]