Tag Archives: General Mills
Gold Medal Flour Recall Issued Over Salmonella Poisoning Risks
Lucky Charms Illness Reports on Consumer Website May Lead To FDA Review
Federal regulators are being urged to investigate Lucky Charms cereal after numerous public reports of food poisoning.
Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Phthalates in Annie’s Macaroni & Cheese Products
A class action lawsuit claims General Mills used deceptive marketing practices to claim its Annies Macaroni and cheese products were organic and healthy, while failing to tell consumers they contain…
Another General Mills Gold Medal Flour Recall Issued Over E. Coli Risks
General Mills is recalling 300 tons of Gold Medal flour which may be contaminated with E. coli.
General Mills Testing To See If It Can Survive If Roundup Is Banned
General Mills is contracting some farmers to supply it with oats not treated with Roundup, testing to see if they can provide enough if Roundup and similar herbicides are banned.
Roundup Residue Found In More Popular Breakfast Foods: Report
Another round of testing has found high what an environmental group says is high amounts of Roundup residue in Quaker Oats and General Mills breakfast products.
E. Coli Food Poisoning Risks From Flour Higher Than Previously Thought: Study
A new study warns that the risk of E. coli food poisoning from raw flour is higher than previously believed.
Top 10 Recalls from 2016
The top ten recalls of 2016 had a wide range of impact, from cell phones to flour to hip implants.
Class Action Lawsuit Over Roundup Residue In Nature Valley Products Filed Against General Mills
A class action lawsuit accuses General Mills of false and misleading advertising after residue from glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup weed killer, was found on Nature Valley oat products,…
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