Pepperoni, Hold The E-Coli
Ok, this whole E-Coli thing is getting to the point of being beyond ridiculous. In fact, it’s getting to be every bit as ridiculous as the Chinese made toys with lead contamination that made the news several times this year.
Over roughly the same time there have been several situations where food has had to be pulled from store shelves because of E-Coli contamination. The latest one is the Pepperoni used in Totino’s or Jeno’s Pizza.
General Mills has recalled about 5 million frozen pizzas sold nationwide because of
possible E. coli contamination. Nine of the 21 people reported eating Totino’s or
Jeno’s pizza with pepperoni topping at some point before becoming ill.
Just in case you haven’t seen the list before or just don’t want to bother with the link above, here’s a list of the products involved in the recall with the SKU numbers
Totino’s Party Supreme, 42800-10700.
Totino’s Three Meat, 42800-10800.
Totino’s Pepperoni, 42800-11400.
Totino’s Pepperoni, 42800-92114.
Totino’s Classic Pepperoni, 42800-11402.
Totino’s Pepperoni Trio, 42800-72157.
Totino’s Party Combo, 42800-11600.
Totino’s Combo, 42800-92116.
Jeno’s Crisp ‘n Tasty Supreme, 35300-00561.
Jeno’s Crisp ‘n Tasty Pepperoni, 35300-00572.
Jeno’s Crisp ‘n Tasty Combo, 35300-00576.
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