Eggo Waffles Recalled Over Possible Listeria

The discovery of a possible Listeria contamination has led to the recall of a portion of the Eggo Waffle product line made famous by a little boy and girl yelling “L’eggo my Eggo” at each other.

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False Listeria Impressions Hurt Blue Bell

Although no listeria has been found in Blue Bell products, false impressions about the bacteria at Blue Bell has hurt the little creamery based in Brenham, Texas. Headlines have added to the damage done – “Listeria Found Again at Blue Bell

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Workers Report Big Problems With Blue Bell Ice Cream Production

Millions of Texans who have missed the “National Ice Cream of Texas” were standing in line at the store when it was returned to the freezer in the last couple of weeks. While Texas-based Blue Bell Ice Cream returns to grocery stores across their 27 state distribution area over the next few months, the Houston Chronicle’s Mark Collette has been finding out why they company shut down and recalled their entire product line this spring.

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Blue Bell Cleared for Take-Off!

Blue Bell Ice Cream has received the green light from Alabama health officials to begin production and sales of what Blue Bell refers to as “the best ice cream in the country.” The Alabama Department of Public Health place “no restrictions” on the company for its plant located in Sylacauga, Alabama.

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Blue Bell Shuts Down Oklahoma Operations After CDC Warning

Bluebell Creameries shut down its Broken Arrow operations after continuing problems relating to the listeria bacteria. The move from the 108-year-old Texas ice cream maker comes after products that are produced in the Oklahoma facility tested positive for the potentially deadly bacteria. The warning from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Friday night advised consumers against eating “Any Blue Bell Creameries product manufactured in the company’s Oklahoma facility.”

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Listeria Outbreak Linked to Caramel Apples in CA

Five deaths have been reported out of 29 Listeria-related illnesses in the United States in a recent outbreak that has been linked to Happy Apple Brand Caramel Apples produced out of Orosi, California and Union, Missouri. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states, “Listeria can cause a serious, life-threatening illness.”

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