Smiling Hara of Asheville is voluntarily recalling 12-ounce packages of unpasteurized soybean tempeh because of possible contamination with salmonella.
The company is recalling tempeh manufactured this year between Jan. 11 and April 11.
Chad Oliphant, of Smiling Hara Tempeh has announced that the company was initiating a voluntary recall of all Smiling Hara products out of an abundance of caution. The products in question were manufactured between January 11, and April 11, 2012.
Kaytee Recalls Forti-Diet Pro Health Mouse, Rat and Hamster Because of Possible Salmonella Health Risk
Kaytee Pet Products is recalling a single manufacturing batch of Kaytee Forti-Diet Pro Health Mouse, Rat and Hamster due to possible contamination with Salmonella. The product affected by this recall is identified below and has the following “Best Be…
Diamond Pet Foods Expands Voluntary Recall to Include Diamond Puppy Formula due to Possible Salmonella Contamination
Diamond Pet Foods is expanding a voluntary recall to include Diamond Puppy Formula dry dog food. The company took this precautionary measure because sampling revealed Salmonella in the product.
This week’s Wine Word of the Week is stabilization. Official definition from Jancis Robinson’s The Oxford Companion to Wine: Stabilization is a group of wine-processing operations undertaken to ensure that the wine, once bottled, will not form hazes, clouds, or unwanted deposits; become gassy; or undergo rapid deterioration of flavor after bottling. A quick recovery […]
It is ironic that Robert Parker’s 200th issue of The Wine Advocate should occur at a time when his influence is waning, at least in the United States, while alternative means of wine reviewing, particularly on the Internet, are rapidly arising. Ironic–and inevitable. Nothing lasts forever, especially meteors that light up the night sky and […]