Your Recall Hit Parade

Ground beef is on the recall list again this week, while an upstate New York dairy specializing in raw milk has suspended sales as it attempts to clear a possible Listeria contamination.

E. coli contamination in Oregon

For the first time in its 130-year history, an Oregon meat processor has issued a recall. SP Provisions of Portland has recalled nearly 40,000 pounds of ground beef after spot sampling by the USDA’s Food Sampling and Inspection service detected E. coli O157:H7. SP Provisions distributes its products to restaurants, hotels, and other institutions in Oregon and Washington, but does supply one store, Riley’s Market in Bend. Additional information

Raw milk sales suspended

Breese Hollow Dairy, an upstate New York dairy, has suspended its sale of raw milk after officials from the New York Division of Milk Control and Dairy Services found Listeria monocytogenes in a test sample. Breese Hollow is permitted by the state of New York to sell raw milk and is tested monthly by the DMCDS. Additional information

Ongoing recalls

The pistachio and peanut recalls are still underway, although there haven’t been any recalls related to the Salmonella contamination of product from Peanut Corporation of America in several weeks.

Pistachio recall information
Peanut recall information

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