Cheese Recall Massively Expands to 130 More Products … But The FDA Isn’t Allowed to Name Them

FEB. 22, 2017
You probably saw the article last week about the massive recall of Sargento products.
As it turns out, the Sargento products are only a drop in the bucket – there are 130 more recalled products out there and the FDA is under a gag order not to name them,
This is due to a clause in the federal code that protects “confidential corporate information.” Or as I read it: a clause that protects corporations over consumers.
Here’s everything I’ve been able to learn about the potentially tainted products.
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One Response to “Cheese Recall Massively Expands to 130 More Products … But The FDA Isn’t Allowed to Name Them”

  1. Tapestry says:

    This looks like a way to stop people eating cheese which is highly nutritive. Food scares have a habit of stopping people eating simple healthy foods and directing them to eating more processed muck which is highly toxic. The food industry can’t compete any other way.

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