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Recall! Don't purchase, sell frozen chicken nuggets by Tyson Foods Inc

The Ministry of Health is telling customers not to purchase frozen chicken nuggets manufactured by Tyson Foods Inc., following a recall by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.

The US recall involved 36,000 pounds of the frozen chicken nuggets and was done after consumers reported finding soft blue pieces of rubber inside this food product. 

Health Ministry issues warning about recalled children's milk

The Ministry of Health is advising that the Lactalis Group in Laval, France has recalled certain lots of the Picot and Milumel brands of infant milk products from their line due to fears of salmonella bacteria contamination.

A statement by the Ministry says that the population can be reassured, based on an advisory from the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN), that Trinidad and Tobago has not been identified as one of the countries which imported the affected products.

Ministry: Do not consume Picot and Milumel baby milk at this time

The Ministry of Health is advising that the Lactalis Group in Laval, France has recalled certain lots of the Picot and Milumel brands of infant milk products from their line due to fears of salmonella bacteria contamination.

A statement by the Ministry says that the population can be reassured, based on an advisory from the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN), that Trinidad and Tobago has not been identified as one of the countries which imported the affected products.

Don't eat those cookies! Health Ministry advises of recall

The Ministry of Health is advising of a recall of Waitrose Orange & Milk Chocolate Cookies and is warning consumers not to eat it.

The Ministry issued a statement on the issue today:

"The Ministry of Health wishes to inform the public of the voluntary recall of Waitrose Orange & Milk Chocolate Cookies.

The Ministry has been advised that an error during the packaging of the product caused Hazelnut Cookies to be included in these packages.

Blueberry pancake, some Betty Crocker cake mixes affected by General Mills recall

Continental Mills’ Krusteaz Blueberry Pancake Mix and three flavours of Betty Crocker cake mixes are the latest products affected by a large recall of potentially tainted flour manufactured at a General Mills Facility.

The possible contaminant is Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC O121), which also may be present in a handful of other previously recalled General Mills flour products, including Gold Medal All Purpose Flour, Gold Medal Wondra Flour and Gold Medal Self-Rising Flour.