Pork Recall Expands to More Than 2 Million Pounds of Products, Including Items Sold at Whole Foods

Last week’s recall of cooked pork products has now expanded to include more than two million pounds of food, and 10 additional items. On December 5, Alexander & Hornung, a meat producer and a unit of Perdue, recalled approximately 234,391 pounds of fully cooked ham and pepperoni. By December 11, the recall was updated to include 2,320,774 pounds of products.

The items, which include several different varieties of ham and pepperoni, are being recalled because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. All products subject to recall bear the establishment number “EST. M10125” inside the USDA mark of inspection.

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Avocado-centric Chosen Foods sells majority stake to Butterfly Equity to fund global expansion

In a deal announced Sept. 7, Chosen Foods sold a majority stake in the business to Butterfly for an undisclosed amount after “getting to know them over many months” and determining “their approach, expertise and values align squarely with the aspiration for Chosen Foods,” Chosen Foods CEO Gabriel Perez Krieb said in a statement.

Since 2011, Chosen Foods has been on a mission to “celebrate the position connection we have with one another, with delicious food and with the planet,”​ which does by hand harvesting 350 million avocados each year to create oils, dressings, mayos, cooking sprays, simmer sauces

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50 Unhealthy Foods You Should Remove from Your Diet Immediately

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Frozen Foods You Definitely Don’t Want to Eat

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Take a quick peek inside the average American’s freezer and you’re bound to find some sort of frozen food ranging from simple vegetables to elaborate meals. Frozen foods make cooking easier by eliminating the work of dicing and chopping, saving time when preparing dinner for the family. They also make for tasty alternatives to bringing lunch to work or school. But as you’ll see, some kinds of frozen foods just can’t hold a candle to freshly made and are best left at the store.

Related: 21 Frozen Foods You Should Never Put in Your Cart

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