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Voluntary Recall on several Kettle Brand flavors PDF Print E-mail

A Kettle Brand ingredient supplier has identified foreign material in a limited amount of seasoning used in a few flavors. As a result, products manufactured with this seasoning are being voluntarily recalled. No reports of illness or injury associated with the seasoning have been reported, and the Co-op does not have any of the affected product on the shelves, but customers should be aware. 

Affected flavors are:

  • New York Cheddar 5 oz bag (Best by 1Nov12 and 15Nov12)
  • New York Cheddar 1.5 oz bag (Best by 15Nov12)
  • Cheddar and Sour Cream Krinkle Cut 13 oz bag (Best by 8Nov12, 15Nov12 and 22Nov12)

If you have purchased any of these products, you may return them for a full refund.

 
Voluntary Recall On cheddar potato and sea salt and vinegar flavored popchip PDF Print E-mail

The manufacturers of popchips have issued a voluntary recall on cheddar potato and sea salt and vinegar  flavored  popchips because certain lots of these flavors were made with seasonings which contain lactic that may potentially contain metal fragments.

Visit www.popchips.com for more information 

If you have purchased any of these products, you may return them for a full refund.
 
Recall: Crown Prince Smoked Oysters in Olive Oil PDF Print E-mail

The FDA has announced that some shellfish from Korea is considered adulterated. Crown Prince Smoked Oysters in Olive Oil are affected and have been removed from the Co-op’s shelves.

If you have purchased any of these products, you may return them for a full refund.

 
Organic Pastures Raw Milk, Raw Cream and Raw Butter have been recalled PDF Print E-mail

Organic Pastures Raw Milk, Raw Cream and Raw Butter have been recalled due to detection of campylobacter bacteria.
 
The Co-op has removed all affected product from the shelves. If you have purchased any of these products, you may return them for a full refund.

 
Tell the USDA to Keep Agent Orange Corn Off Your Plate! PDF Print E-mail

The first generation of biotech crops has failed. And failed badly. Now the biotech industry is stepping up the chemical arms race in an effort to make up for the failure of Monsanto’s Roundup. Excessive use of Roundup by GMO farmers has led million of acres of U.S. farmland filled with Roundup resistant superweeds.

To combat this, Dow Chemical is petitioning the USDA to approve a new GMO Agent Orange corn to tolerate 2,4-D, a main chemical component of the Vietnam era defoliant linked to birth defects, cancer, and hormone disruption. On top of these horrific health problems, 2,4-D is widely known among farmers to be difficult to control during application, leading to drift onto neighboring farms, causing major crop damage and contaminating waterways.

These facts have greatly alarmed scientists and farmers alike, leading a former top Reagan USDA official to declare 2,4-D one of  “the most dangerous chemicals out there.”

Click Here to Tell the USDA to Dump
Dow’s Dangerous Agent Orange Corn!

 

 
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