The CFIA classifies recalls based on the level of health risk associated with the food product being recalled.
The following message is from the FlyerMall Team.
The FlyerMall Team has inserted these links to inform and educate our loyal followers on issues related to most of the recalls made by the CFIA.
The CFIA is an organization which is able to assess the level of danger to the general public on potential recall products.
Although a recalled product may sound like a simple matter, in reality, it is a very costly procedure for both the company producing the product and the government to follow up.
It is possible for a recalled product to cause a company to go out of business because of the negative publicity.
Some companies purposely avoid declaring certain ingredients on the list of ingredients panel for one reason or another, although they are aware of falsifying information to consumers.
Generally, a consumer innocently examines the list of ingredients on the label to identify items which may trigger a possible negative reaction if ingested, for example, eggs, peanuts, gluten, lactose, allergens, etc.
Many consumers may have been advised by their doctors that they may have potential fatal reactions to some of the above listed items and that is why they examine the labels carefully to avoid singing the famous song ... "Goodbye my love goodbye".
The CFIA is similiar to a policing authority monitoring the situation and companies who purposely try to beat the system. Companies who knowingiy falsefy the list of ingredients should be severerly punished in addition to having products recalled.
The CFIA's responsibilities are a huge portfolio of issues that have to be faced on a daily basis, therefore, it is important for the consumer to examine product labels and should there be any questions, address the issues directly to the manufacturing company to obtain the correct answer.
Most companies have a customer service department to answer inquiries. However, if within the conversation you are not satisied with the response, then, you should report your suspicions to the CFIA for their own investigation.
Regards, The FlyerMall Team
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Food Allergy Awareness
The Department of Justice is launching an investigation into the Dole Food company - one of the world's largest processors of fresh produce. The DOJ is investigating based on a report from the Food and Drug Administration - that shows that it endangered its customers for more than a year with their salad products.
The report shows that products in a Springfield Ohio processing plant tested positive for listeria nine times before FDA inspectors showed up to do a test in January. Four people have died and 33 people have been hospitalized for listeria as part of this outbreak across the United States and Canada since
As parents get ready to pack their kids' lunches and plan the week, there are a couple food products being recalled
Abby Martin calls out Nestle once again, this time over the company's commissioning of cocoa famers in Ivory Coast who force thousands of underage workers to harvest under conditions best described as child slavery
Attention: Nearly 3 Million Boxes of Frozen lasagna, pizza, and Lean Cuisine meals are part of the Nestle' food recall! Customers have reported finding shards (small pieces of glass) in their food.
Nestle's says they believe the glass may have come from 'spinach' used in the recalled products.
They concluded, an investigation is underway.
TYSON Animal Abuse - Chicken Nuggets KFC Walmart Target McDonald's
Candice Patricia Bergen is an American actress and former fashion model.
She won five Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards for her ten seasons as the title character on the CBS sitcom Murphy Brown
After viewing the video, you will definitely agree with Ms. Bergen about the abuse of the chickens by Tyson corporation.
A boycott of the the corporations mentioned above which purchase chickens from Tyson would be the most effective message against animal cruelty from the public, maybe even forcing the shut down of Tyson.