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8 New Food Recalls You Should Know About Right Now

This weekend, a recall has been issued on a beloved snack from a popular consumer brand. Additionally, per the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), there are actually a number of products on recall that may affect the health of you, your family, and your pets. We’ve got the details you need.

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Courtesy of Little Debbie

On Saturday, September 11, 25 cases of Little Debbie Mini Nutty Buddy sandwich cookies

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Never Buy This One Food From Aldi, Customers Say in New Survey

They say you get what you pay for, right? Well, Aldi—the German discount grocery chain with incredibly low prices on basics staples, produce, and other goods—has a whole host of fans. For the most part, Aldi shoppers are satisfied with what the grocery store has to offer, but there some instances in which customers feel like a product isn’t even worth its low price. A new survey of 600 shoppers found that there was one food people say they would never buy from Aldi. Read on to find out what you may want to skip on your next trip

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Carbon monoxide poisoning from food preparation sickens restaurant patrons

Officials in Hong Kong are investigating carbon monoxide poisoning in a restaurant that left 14 people needing hospital treatment.

The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health reported that the group ate a “hot pot” dinner using charcoal as cooking fuel in one room at a restaurant in Wan Chai. Hot pot is a shared meal that involves a pot of broth in the middle of the table with items such as vegetables and meat put in it to cook.

The six men and eight women developed symptoms including loss of consciousness, dizziness, vomiting, nausea, headache, shortness

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Labor Day food and drink specials: These shops and restaurants are offering deals

CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Just about every major holiday has one thing in common: Chain restaurants offering freebies and deals to get you into the drive-through or at the counter at some point during the holiday period. Labor Day is one of the biggest, and we’ve put together a handy run-down of what to get and where to find it.

Note: Some deals may not be available at every location of the

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Two cannabis bills detrimental to public health and food safety

In summary

We can allow safer legal access to cannabis and useful hemp products without going backward in our commitments to public health and food safety.

By Lynn Silver, Special to CalMatters

Dr. Lynn Silver is a pediatrician and director of Getting it Right from the Start – Advancing Public Health & Equity in Cannabis Policy, and Senior Advisor at the Public Health Institute, [email protected]

Legalizing cannabis was supposed to be about social justice. About ending mass incarceration of people of color for possessing a small amount of marijuana. About safer legal access.

But there are many things legalization should

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These 4 Major Fast-Food Chains Just Made an Aggressive Change to Their Food Sources

When you roll through the drive-thru for an egg sandwich or fried chicken, you’re probably thinking about the temperature, maybe the calorie content, or how messy it’ll be to eat in the car. You’re probably not thinking about where the main ingredients came from… but some restaurant executives are recognizing the importance of that for you. Serious change is officially happening in fast food, with four of the most beloved chains having just declared change to a key practice.

Last week, Yum! Brands—the biggest restaurant company in the world with more than 50,000 locations nationwide—pledged to go 100% cage-free globally.

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Nutritionist reveals which junk food is a healthier breakfast than cereal

Whether breakfast is the most important meal of the day or not, having a meal every morning is obviously good for you.

READ: “I disrespected the love of my life by talking about our relationship to a colleague”

Maybe you go the whole nine yards and make a full breakfast spread every morning – eggs, bacon, and toast all included, or maybe you’re the smoothie-on-the-go type.

There are obviously some meals that are healthier than others and provide more nutritional value, keep you satisfied for longer, and just make you feel better during the day.

READ: “I give my guests

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The New York TimesWhy Lawsuits Over 'Misleading' Food Labels Are SurgingLawsuits Over 'Misleading' Food Labels Surge as Groups Cite Lax U.S. … The measure has the backing of nutritionists and healthy food …6 hours ago

The New York TimesWhy Lawsuits Over ‘Misleading’ Food Labels Are SurgingLawsuits Over ‘Misleading’ Food Labels Surge as Groups Cite Lax U.S. …
The measure has the backing of nutritionists and healthy food …6 hours ago… Read More