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    The Mercadona supermarket chain has a wide range of white label products Farmer that for their good quality and price have become a success among their customers. Among them is one that has also conquered renowned Spanish chefs such as Sergi Arola. These are the brick broths of Mercadona’s white label, which the chef uses as a base to prepare “very rich soups,” he said in an interview in The world. Specifically, the broth sold by the Valencian chain is the Hacendado chicken broth, which is sold in brick format at a price for all budgets: a pack of two bricks of one liter each costs 1.60 euros. Between his ingredients, this broth contains water, chicken (2%), modified corn starch, salt, flavorings, vegetables (leek, carrot, potato and celery), olive oil and spices. Hacendado Chicken Broth, on the Mercadona line.MERCADONA His versatility allows it to be used not only as chicken...
    New York (CNN Business)Burger King doesn't want to come out a loser in fast food's chicken sandwich wars. So it's planning an upgrade. The chain said Wednesday that it is replacing its current crispy chicken sandwich with a new, hand-breaded version. The new product, which comes in original or spicy, is made with a savory signature sauce and served with pickles on a potato bun. It will be available at Burger King restaurants across the country later this year. Competition in the chicken sandwich space is fierce. Following the wild success of the Popeyes chicken sandwich launch in 2019, restaurants across the industry have been launching or improving their own versions of the product. McDonald's (MCD), which is hyping its product with hoodies and other swag, is rolling out a trio of crispy chicken sandwiches this month. Others, like Wendy's and KFC, have also launched new products. Burger King...
    A TESCO customer was horrified to find a 'chicken foetus' inside her boiled egg. Sonia Boyd from Havant, Hampshire was boiling eggs for her husband's lunch when she spotted the alien-looking creature. 4The 'chicken foetus' can be seen sticking out of the egg white of the boiled eggCredit: Facebook 4Sonia and her husband had already eaten other eggs from the same egg boxCredit: Facebook To make matters worse, Sonia and her husband had already eaten several of the other eggs in the 'contaminated box' before making their gross discovery. Stunned by her find, she took the half-opened boiled egg to her dad, Kevin Wright, who lives just down the road. Kevin, 63, immediately contacted Tesco customer service team and took a video of the inside of the dodgy egg. Speaking to The Sun, he said: "It was disgusting, my daughter noticed a green tinge when she went to...
    Approximately 92,206 pounds of Lean Cuisine baked chicken meals are being recalled by parent company Nestlé Prepared Foods because they may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of white hard plastic, the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced. The baked chicken meal products were produced and packaged on Sept. 2, 2020.  The following product is subject to recall: 8 5/8-oz. (244g) carton trays of “LEAN CUISINE Baked Chicken, white meat chicken with stuffing, red skin mashed potatoes and gravy” with a lot code of 0246595911 and “Best Before” date of October 2021.  The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. P-9018” inside the USDA mark of inspection.  View label in the image above or by clicking here. The items were shipped to retailers and distributors nationwide. The problem was discovered on Friday, Dec.18 by the company after receiving five consumer complaints involving hard white plastic found in...
    Daily virus deaths near 2,600 — highest since April Kentucky mayor passes out in White Castle drive-thru, crashes and gets arrested for DUI, police say Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life If You're Eating This One Type of Meat, You Could Get Seriously Sick You've been warned your whole life that there's a dire risk of Salmonella poisoning if you eat undercooked chicken. But that thought wouldn't cross your mind if you bought some "ready-to-eat" chicken, right? Well, unfortunately, a major recall of a popular "fully-cooked" chicken product has just been issued after a test detected the poultry may be undercooked. Read on to see if your chicken breast is affected, and for another food recall that should be on your...
    London (CNN Business)Singapore has granted San Francisco start-up Eat Just Inc. regulatory approval to sell its laboratory-grown chicken in the city-state -- the world's first government to allow the sale of cultured meat. The product, created from cultured chicken cells, has been approved as an ingredient in chicken bites following Singapore Food Agency (SFA) approval, Eat Just said Tuesday.Initially, the chicken bites will debut in a Singapore restaurant, with plans for wider expansion into dining and retail establishments in the country, Josh Tetrick, co-founder and CEO of Eat Just told CNN Business. The product will be priced at parity with premium chicken, he added. The chicken bites containing lab-grown meat will debut in a Singapore restaurant before being rolled out more widely across the country."We've been eating meat for many hundreds, thousands of years, always needing to kill an animal to eat -- until now," he said.The cultured meat is...
    WASHINGTON (CBS SF) — A San Diego-based food distributor is recalling more than 1,100 pounds of frozen chicken breast products labeled as “fully cooked” due to undercooking and the potential of bacterial pathogens in the products. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Thursday a recall of 10-pound cases of “Mary’s Fully Cooked Chicken Breast,” shipped by Tarantino Wholesale Foods with lot code 20297, produced on October 23 and with a use-by date of 10/23/21. Label of recalled “Mary’s Fully Cooked Chicken Breast” (USDA) The ready-to-eat, grilled chicken breast items have an establishment number “P-8119” inside the USDA mark of inspection, and were shipped to various locations in California and sold directly to retail consumers. The USDA said the problem was discovered when the firm received a customer complaint that the chicken product appeared to be undercooked. The recall was designated as a Class I...
    If your local KFC isn't open for dine-in this holiday season, you can still bring the smells of fried chicken back to your home for the holidays. In partnership with Enviro-Log, KFC will be launching the Herbs and Spices Firelog. The product launched for the holiday season on Monday and is available exclusively through Walmart. According to Fox Business, this is the third consecutive year KFC has decided to sell a fried chicken-scented firelog to celebrate the holiday season. The 11 Herbs and Spices Firelog is back for those who love taking in the smell of KFC This will also be the first year the aroma product will be able to be found in Canada In each of the two previous years, the product sold out nationwide. In addition to launching in the United States on Monday, the product will launch in Canada at a later date to...
    Thousands of pounds of a popular chicken salad product are being recalled due to an undeclared allergen that could trigger a nut allergy. Willow Tree Poultry Farm announced it is recalling 6,890 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken salad products due to misbranding. The products contain walnuts, which are not declared on the products’ labels. The RTE chicken salad product labeled as “Classic Chicken Salad” may actually contain “White Meat Cranberry-Walnut Chicken Salad” and was produced on Wednesday, Sept. 2. Recalled items were 15-ounce plastic containers labeled as “Willow Tree Premium White Meat Chicken Salad Classic,” have a “sell-by” date of “9/30/20,” and a timestamp of “13:00:00” through “17:00:00” on the products’ cellophane lids. The items were shipped throughout the East Coast. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the problem was discovered after receiving a complaint from a customer reporting of walnuts and...
    (CNN) — Sunshine Mills has issued a voluntary recall of three dog food products due to high levels of aflatoxin, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Aflatoxin is a naturally occurring mold by-product and can be harmful to pets if consumed in significant quantities. Family Pet Meaty Cuts beef chicken & cheese flavors premium dog food, Heartland Farms grilled favorites beef chicken & cheese flavor, and Paws Happy Life butcher’s choice dog food have been affected by the recall announced Wednesday. The products were distributed in retail stores nationwide. Read The FDA Recall Notice So far, no illnesses have been reported in association with these products, the FDA says, and other Sunshine Mills pet food products are not affected. The FDA says these products were recalled as a precautionary measure and no adverse health effects related to them have been reported. The recalled dog food (Image credit: FDA) “Pets...
    (credit: FDA) NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/CNN) –  Sunshine Mills is voluntarily recalling three dog food products with potentially high levels of poisonous mold, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Aflatoxin is a naturally occurring mold by-product and can be harmful to pets if consumed in significant quantities. Family Pet Meaty Cuts beef, chicken & cheese flavors of premium dog food; Heartland Farms grilled favorites beef, chicken & cheese flavor; and Paws Happy Life butcher’s choice dog food are affected by the recall announced Wednesday. The products were distributed in retail stores nationwide. (credit: FDA) So far, no illnesses linked these products have been reported, the FDA said, and other Sunshine Mills pet food products are not affected. The FDA said the products were recalled as a precautionary measure. LINK: CLICK HERE to find out which varieties of the identified products are affected. “Pets that have consumed any of the recalled...
    WASHINGTON (CNN) — Sunshine Mills has issued a voluntary recall of three dog food products due to high levels of aflatoxin, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Aflatoxin is a naturally occurring mold by-product and can be harmful to pets if consumed in significant quantities. Family Pet Meaty Cuts beef chicken & cheese flavors premium dog food, Heartland Farms grilled favorites beef chicken & cheese flavor, and Paws Happy Life butcher’s choice dog food have been affected by the recall announced Wednesday. The products were distributed in retail stores nationwide. So far, no illnesses have been reported in association with these products, the FDA says, and other Sunshine Mills pet food products are not affected. The FDA says these products were recalled as a precautionary measure and no adverse health effects related to them have been reported. “Pets that have consumed any of the recalled products and exhibit symptoms...
    Thousands of pounds of a Progresso chicken soup product are being recalled due to undeclared allergens. Minnesota-based Faribault Foods Inc. is recalling approximately 15,134 pounds of canned soups due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The product contains milk and soy, known allergens, as well as beef and pork, which are not listed on the product label. The cans labeled as chicken noodle soup actually contain a meatball and pasta product, according to FSIS. The recalled canned soup items were produced on Tuesday, May 26. Items subject to recall are 14-ounce cans of “Progresso Organic Chicken Noodle Soup” with a best by date of May 26, 2022 printed on the bottom of the can. The products subject to recall have the establishment number “EST18826A” on the bottom of the can and were shipped to retailers across...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- KFC believes it will soon hold the recipe to the "meat of the future," but it would be more like printing instructions.The fast food chain has partnered with Russian company 3D Bioprinting Solutions to develop a way to print lab-grown materials to make chicken meat for its nuggets.KFC says it has plans to use chicken cells and plant-based material, as well as provide the bioprinting firm with its breading and spices for the signature KFC taste, according to the chain's press release.KFC's use of chicken cells would mean that the 3D-printed chicken nuggets are not vegetarian, but the company was the first major U.S. chain to offer a plant-based chicken product through Beyond Meat. However, KFC argues this 3D-printed method of making its chicken nuggets would be a more sustainable method.KFC says its bioprinted nuggets will be available for final testing in Russia this fall. There's no...
    That’s some finger lickin’ printin’. KFC is creating an entirely new restaurant concept, which begins with a rather futuristic premise: 3D-printed chicken. STARTUP CREATES PLANT-BASED STEAK WITH 3D PRINTER THAT CLOSELY MIMICS 'FAT, BLOOD AND MUSCLE' OF ANIMAL The international fast-food chain has announced it is launching the development of 3D bioprinting technology capable of creating chicken meat in a partnership with 3D Bioprinting Solutions research laboratory in Moscow, Russia. The printing method reportedly uses chicken cells and plant material to reproduce a product similar in taste and texture to an actual KFC product. (iStock) The so-called “meat of the future,” was dreamed up in “response to the growing popularity of a healthy lifestyle and nutrition, the annual increase in demand for alternatives to traditional meat and the need to develop more environmentally friendly methods of food production,” the press release read. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR...
    Tens of thousands of frozen chicken nuggets are being recalled due to the possible presence of rubber inside the product. Texas-based Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation announced that it is recalling approximately 59,800 pounds of fully cooked chicken breast nugget products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically flexible rubber material, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced. The product being recalled was produced on Wednesday, May 6, and includes four-pound plastic bags of “Pilgrim’s Fully Cooked Chicken Breast Nuggets” with a best-by date of May 6, 2021, and a lot code of 0127 printed on the package. Recalled items also have the establishment number “P-20728” on the packages. FSIS said that the problem was discovered after the firm received a consumer complaint reporting rubber pieces in the chicken breast nuggets product. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of the...
    Heads up, consumers: a Texas-based company is recalling nearly 60,000 pounds of chicken nuggets over concerns the products are contaminated with a rubber material. Pilgrim’s Pride, of Waco, is recalling some 59,800 pounds of fully cooked chicken breast nugget products because the products may be contaminated with “flexible rubber material,” according to an announcement from the Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) on Sunday. OVER 42,000 POUNDS OF GROUND BEEF RECALLED OVER E. COLI CONCERNS  The frozen ready-to-eat nuggets, which have a “Best-By” date of May 6, 2021, were distributed to retailers in four states: Arizona, Idaho, Oregon and Texas. Consumers can find the lot code of 0127 and establishment number “P-20728” printed on the retail package. The affected product. (USDA/FSIS) “The problem was discovered after the firm received a consumer complaint reporting rubber pieces in the chicken breast nuggets product,” officials said. PARASITE-CONTAMINATED BAGGED SALAD SICKENS MORE THAN 100 IN MIDWEST To date,...
    (CNN)Pilgrim's Pride is recalling about 59,800 pound of chicken breast nuggets because they may be "contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically flexible rubber material," officials said. The Department of Agriculture announced the recall Sunday. The product being recalled: 4-lb. plastic bag packages containing "Pilgrim's FULLY COOKED CHICKEN BREAST NUGGETS"They have a best-by date of May 6, 2021Read MoreThey also have a lot code of 0127 printed on the retail packageThe cases have lot codes 0127105009, 0127105010, 0127105011, 0127105012, 0127105013, 0127105014, 0127105015, or 0127105016 printed on the boxThe products also have "P-20728" printed on the packagesThe reason for the recall: The Waco, Texas-based company received a complaint from a customer about rubber pieces in the product. The statement says there has not been a confirmed report of any health reaction. Where was it distributed: To retailers in Arizona, Idaho, Oregon, and Texas. What consumers should do: Please throw away the...
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