Missed all the recall alerts posted this past week? There were several food items that you should avoid:
- Tyson Foods Inc., announced it removed from sale two varieties of its boneless chicken "wyngz" due to undeclared milk, egg, and soy on the ingredient label. The following products are included in this recall: Tyson Boneless Chicken Wyngz Buffalo Style, UPC 2370001405, 25.5 oz, with best by dates of August 7, 2013 and August 8, 2013; Tyson Boneless Chicken Wyngz Honey BBQ Flavored, UPC 2370001493, 25.5 oz., with best by dates of August 7, 2013 and August 8, 2013.Consumers looking for additional information on the recall may call Tyson customer service at 866-328-3156.
- Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size Original and Mini-Wheats Unfrosted Bite Size due to the possible presence of fragments of flexible metal mesh from a faulty manufacturing part. Consumers with affected product or who have questions should contact Kellogg's using the "Contact Us" feature on Kelloggs.com or call 800-962-1413 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
- Cascadian Farm Organic Peanut Butter Chip Granola Bars due to possible salmonella contamination in the peanut butter. Product with sell by dates of 01NOV2012 and 02NOV2012 are included in this recall. Consumers looking for additional information on the recall may call General Mills customer service at 800-624-4123.
- Clemmy’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip ice cream due to possible salmonella contamination in the peanut butter. The following product is included in this recall: Clemmy’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip ice cream, UPC 89450900231, 16 oz., with sell by dates of 02/13 through 08/14. Consumers looking for additional information on the recall may call Clemmy’s customer service at 877-253-6698.
In addition to the above, cases of recalled Sunland, Inc. peanut butter distributed to school districts and food banks in California will be destroyed, state education officials said late Friday.
About 2,072 cases of Sunland, Inc. peanut butter affected by the recall were sent to 320 school districts throughout the state, said Tina Jung, a spokesperson for the California Department of Education.
Another 23,040 cases were shipped to six California food banks.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration put the product on hold Oct. 5 while it investigated the product for potential Salmonella contamination.
"The peanut butter has been held at school sites, food banks, manufacturers, and distribution centers awaiting instructions from federal officials," Jung said.
There are no cases reported of California students being affected by the product, she said.
The peanut butter was purchased by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the National School Lunch and Commodity Supplemental Food Programs, according to the news release.
Any quantities of Sunland, Inc. peanut butter received form CDE Distribution Centers, commercial manufacturers or Commodity Supplemental Food Program agencies have been ordered to be destroyed, Jung said.
"Agencies were advised today to take an inventory of all recalled Sunland, Inc. peanut butter and destroy it," Jung said.
"Individual school districts that sent the recalled peanut butter to food processors for later use should notify the processor to destroy their product," Jung said. "Individual school districts that purchased the peanut butter products commercially are responsible for its destruction."
For more information on the recall, visit the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website.
Additional information can be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. -- Jennifer Kim and Maggie Avants contributed to this report.