JULY 2000

WEEK ENDING JULY 7

PRODUCT Demitiri's All Natural Bloody Mary Seasoning, in 5, 16, and 64-ounce bottles.
CODE All product. Only the 16-ounce bottles are coded - Julian date of 020200 or before.
MANUFACTURER Green Garden Food Products, Inc., Kent, Washington (contract manufacturer of 16-ounce size).
RECALLED BY Gourmet Mixes, Inc., Seattle, Washington
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide and Canada.
QUANTITY Undetermined.
REASON Products contain undeclared egg yolks, anchovies, and sulfites.

PRODUCT Granny's Chuckwagon Sandwiches, net weight 6.20 ounce per sandwich, packed 40 frozen sandwiches per box: a) Chuckwagon Sandwich; b) Deli Combo Sandwich.
CODE a) Packed on dates 5/19/00 and 5/20/00; b) Sell by JUN 11 00.
MANUFACTURER Landshire Fast Foods of Milwaukee, Inc., Muskego, Wisconsin.
DISTRIBUTION Wisconsin and Illinois.
QUANTITY a) 75 cases of 40 sandwiches per case; b) 159 sandwiches were distributed.
REASON Products are contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

PRODUCT Kroger Delicatessen Bright Sides brand Albacore Tuna Salad, in 16-ounce cans
CODE USE BY MAY 17 and USE BY JUNE O8.
MANUFACTURER K.B. Specialty Foods, Greensburg, Indiana.
RECALLED BY The Kroger Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
DISTRIBUTION Michigan, Alaska, Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, South Carolina, Alabama, Indiana, Georgia.
QUANTITY 58 cases were distributed.
REASON Product is contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

PRODUCT Pimento Cheese Sandwiches, packaged in 4-ounce black flexible plastic.
CODE Sell by dates of 2-18-00 through 03-01-00.
MANUFACTURER Grand Strand Sandwich Company, Longs, South Carolina.
DISTRIBUTION North Carolina and South Carolina.
QUANTITY Approximately 2,262 sandwiches were distributed; firm estimates none remain on the market.
REASON Product may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

PRODUCT Various candies repacked by the recalling firm, sold in 1-pound clear plastic bags: a) Assorted Fruit Slices; b) Raspberry Slices; c) Grapefruit Slices.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Premier Packing Company, Greenacres, Washington.
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY Firm estimates none remains on the market.
REASON Products contain undeclared egg albumen, FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Yellow No. 6, and FD&C Red No. 40.

PRODUCT SYSCO Cake Products: a) Apple Spice Layer Cake, 62-ounces, 9" (item 1581453) b) Apple Streusel Sheet Cake, 72-ounce (item 1581479) c) Variety Layer Cake, 9" (item 1581529).
CODE All lots on the market at the time of recall initiation.
MANUFACTURER Dan-Co Bakery, Inc., Forest Park, Georgia.
RECALLED BY Mrs. Smith's Bakeries, Inc., Suwanee, Georgia
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY a) 2,051 cases; b) 2,571 cases; c) 13, 995 cases were distributed.
REASON a) Product contains undeclared walnuts; b) Product contains undeclared pecans; c) Product contains undeclared walnuts.

PRODUCT Chaource Auguste Lepetit (soft ripened Cheese).
CODE 066A-4619 printed on outer carton.
MANUFACTURER Saprolait Vaudes, St. Parres, France.
RECALLED BY The World's Best Cheeses, Inc., Armonk, New York
DISTRIBUTION New York, and New Jersey.
QUANTITY Firm estimates none remains on the market.
REASON The manufacturer of the cheese is not certified by the French government to export this type of product to the USA.

PRODUCT Pasteurized Liquid Salt Yolk (C-mix [2/3 yolk, 1/3 whole egg and 10% salt]).
CODE Lot #310-9.
MANUFACTURER Db Foods, Inc., Springdale, Arkansas.
DISTRIBUTION California.
QUANTITY 44,980 pounds were distributed; firm estimates none remains on the market.
REASON Product was contaminated with Salmonella.

PRODUCT Various candies repacked by the recalling firm, sold in 1-pound clear plastic bags: a) Assorted Jelly Beans; b) Pectin Fruit Slices; c) Gummi Bear Chews; d) Licorice Mix; e) Pebble Rock Candy; f) Lemon Drops; g) Old Fashioned Ribbon Candy; h) Salt Water Taffy; i) Fruitcake Assorted Mix; j) Green Candied Cherries; k) Licorice Pastels; l) Papaya Chunks; m) Fiesta Mix; n) Inferno Mix.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Premier Packing Company, Greenacres, Washington.
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY Firm estimates none remains on the market.
REASON Products contained the following undeclared ingredients:
a) FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Yellow No. 6, FD&C Red No. 40, and FD&C Blue No. 1.
b) FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Yellow No. 6, FD&C Blue No. 1, FD&C Red No. 3, FD&C Blue No. 2 Lake, FD&C Yellow No. 6 Lake, and FD&C Red No. 40 Lake.
c) FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Yellow No. 6, and FD&C Red No. 40.
d) Flour, FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Yellow No. 6, FD&C Red No. 40, FD&C Red No. 3, and FD&C Blue No. 1.
e) FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Yellow No. 6, FD&C Blue No. 1, FD&C Red No. 40, FD&C Red No. 3, FD&C Blue #2 Lake, FD&C Yellow No. 6 Lake, and FD&C Red No. 40 Lake.
f) FD&C Yellow No. 5.
g) FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Red No. 40, FD&C Blue No. 1.
h) FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Yellow No. 6, FD&C Red No. 40, FD&C Blue No. 1, FD&C Red No. 3, FD&C Blue No. 2 Lake, FD&C Yellow No. 6 Lake, and FD&C Red No. 40 Lake.
i) FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Red No. 40, FD&C Blue No. 1.
j) FD&C Yellow No. 5 and FD&C Blue No. 1.
k) Wheat flour, FD&C Yellow No. 5 Lake, FD&C Yellow No. 6 Lake, FD&C Red No. 3, FD&C Blue No. 1 Lake, and FD&C Blue No. 2 Lake.
l) FD&C Yellow No. 6.
m) Soybeans, wheat, milk, sesame seeds and FD&C Yellow No. 5.
n) Wheat, soybean, milk and sesame seeds.

PRODUCT Hinode brand Harvest Blend, White & Wild Rices with Garden Vegetables, in 3.25-pound plastic jars, 8 jars per case.
CODE S075100, S076100, S080100, S081100, and S072100.
MANUFACTURER Rice Growers Association of CA, West Sacramento, California.
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY 1,992 trays were distributed.
REASON The product is contaminated with pieces of approximately 25 gauge wire ranging from 7-12 mm in length.

PRODUCT FruitFresh Strawberry Squares, 5 pieces per clear plastic box, 7.1 ounces.
CODE All "Sell By" Dates.
MANUFACTURER Authentic Cookies, also known as Isack's Cookie Factory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
RECALLED BY Save-A-Lot Ltd., Earth City, Montana
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY Firm estimates none remains on the market.
REASON Product contained tartrazine, an uncertified color and amaranth, an unapproved color.

PRODUCT King Oscar brand Rolled Fillets of Anchovies in Pure Olive Oil and Capers, packed in 2-ounce (56 g) tin cans.
CODE Can Code A0154D.
MANUFACTURER Ste. Sialco, Aqadir, Morocco.
RECALLED BY Bumble Bee Seafood, Inc., San Diego, California
DISTRIBUTION Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Texas, Florida.
QUANTITY 2,080 cases were distributed.
REASON Product is decomposed.

PRODUCT Minute Maid Premium All Natural Citrus Punch with Added Calcium and Vitamin C, in 64- ounce cartons.
CODE May 11 LE4/XXXX AAA May 12 LE4/XXXX AAA where XXXX is a four digit, May 11 and 12 represents expiration dates and AAA is operator initials.
MANUFACTURER Cutrale Citrus Juices, USA, Leesburg, Florida.
RECALLED BY Coca Cola Foods, Houston, Texas
DISTRIBUTION Southeastern United States.
QUANTITY 5,164 cases of 8 cartons each were distributed.
REASON Product was contaminated with black particulate matter originating from a disintegrated food-grade gasket.

PRODUCT Various candies repacked by the recalling firm, sold in 1-pound clear plastic bags: a) Red Candied Cherries; b) Cinnamon Bears.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Premier Packing Company, Greenacres, Washington.
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY Firm estimates none remains on the market.
REASON Products contain undeclared FD&C Red No. 40.

Product: Specialty Portuguese sausages
Codes: The packages carry "EST. 8279" inside the USDA mark of inspection
Problem: May have been underprocessed, prepared under unsanitary conditions, or produced without federal inspection. Labels bearing the marks of inspection may have been used without authorization.
Discovered: Without inspection, FSIS cannot make a determination if product is safe for human consumption.
Establishment: Santos Linguisa Factory     San Leandro, California
Contact: FSIS District Enforcement Operations, (202) 418-8874. Other consumers should return the product to the point of purchase.
Distribution: Distributed to retail stores and restaurants, as well as through mail order.

Product: ''Owens'' brand ''Italian Sausage'' in 16-ounce roll packages.
Codes: Packed on May 3, 2000. The packages bear the code ''5A3 SELL BY Jun 17 2000'' or ''5B3 SELL BY Jun 17 2000'' near the seam of the package and ''EST 403'' appears in the USDA inspection legend.
Problem: The product may be contaminated with extraneous material (shiny plastic).
Discovered: Consumer complaints received by the firm were forwarded to FSIS and on June 30, the Health Hazard Evaluation Board determined that a public health hazard associated with this product existed.
Establishment: Owens Country Sausage, Incorporated     1401 East Lookout Drive     Richardson, Texas 75082
Contact: Ms. Karrie Menz, Quality Assurance Manager, Mr. Vinson Kirchner, President, 972-235-7181
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 8,500 pounds.
Distribution: Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana

Product: "Top-Kut Meats Ground Beef" and "Top-Kut Meats Pork Sausage". The pork sausage was produced on June 29, 2000, and distributed to one restaurant in Calhoun County, Michigan.
Codes: Ground beef was produced on June 27 and June 29, 2000, and packaged in five and ten-pound unlabeled packages and shipped in 20 and 40 pound boxes. The boxes are marked with "Est. 10024" inside the USDA mark of inspection in addition to the production codes "262" and "254". The ground beef products subject to recall were also sold at the plantís retail store in packages that have no identifying marks and of various weights ranging from one to ten pounds. The boxes of the pork sausage bear the establishment number, product name (Top-Kut Meats Pork Sausage) and were sold for wholesale use.
Problem: Possible Escherichia coli O157: H7 contamination.
Discovered: An FSIS microbiological sample was collected on June 27, 2000, and reported positive for E. coli O157: H7 on July 02, 2000. The pork sausage was ground in the same grinder as the suspect ground beef without intervening clean-ups.
Establishment: Top-Kut Meats Inc.         15080 Beadle Lake Road         Battle Creek, Michigan 49017
Contact: Mr. Tim Gunning; 616-965-2282
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 4,300 pounds
Distribution: For sale to wholesale (restaurants) in Calhoun, Kalamazoo, Eaton, Jackson and Branch Counties in the State of Michigan. Also retail sale at the firmís retail store.

Product: "D&W GROUND BEEF," "D&W HAMBURGER," "D&W GROUND ROUND," and "D&W GROUND SIRLION."
Codes: The ground beef products were produced on June 29, 2000, and packaged in one and two-pound packages. The packages are marked with "Est. 10017" inside the USDA mark of inspection and production code "181."
Problem: Possible Escherichia coli O157: H7 contamination.
Discovered: An FSIS microbiological sample was collected on June 29, 2000, and reported positive for E. coli O157: H7 on July 04, 2000.
Establishment: Bert HazeKamp & Son Inc.         3933 South Brooks Road         Muskegon, Michigan 49444
Contact: Mr.Terry Alman; 231-773-6425; Mr. Tim Womdergen; 616-235-7467, ext. # 108
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 11,000 pounds.
Distribution: For retail sale in the following Michigan counties: Kalamazoo, Kent, Ottawa, Muskegon, Van Buren, Berrien, Newaygo, Barry, Washtenaw, Allegan, Antrim, Emmett and Chippewa.

WEEK ENDING JULY 14

Product: "Mrs. Stratton's" brand "Chicken Salad" in 7, 12 and 24-ounce and 5-pound clear plastic cup packages.
Codes: Produced on June 26 and 27, 2000. The packages bear the code "SELL BY AUG 6," "SELL BY AUG 11" or "SELL BY AUG 12" on the container bottoms and "P-395" appears in the USDA inspection legend on the labels.
Problem: The product contains undeclared F.D.&C. Yellow #5 dye.
Discovered: The firm observed an unusual appearance in the product which was determined to have been caused by a substitute ingredient that was used. The substitute ingredient contained the dye as one of its ingredients. The firm initiated a voluntary recall of the salad and notified FSIS on July 6, 2000.
Establishment: Mrs. Stratton's Salads         380 Industrial Lane         Birmingham, Alabama 35211
Contact: Mr. George Bradford, Sales Manager, Mr. Vance Fulkerson, President, 205-940-9640
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 5,400 pounds
Distribution: Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee.

Product: Ready-to-Eat "Nodine's Smoked Beef Jerky."
Codes: Produced 06/23/00. Establishment 4722 is in the USDA mark of inspection on the label. Various size packages (one oz. five pounds).
Problem: Possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.
Discovered: The recall is in response to a finding of Listeria monocytogenes by the FSIS through routine microbiological testing program.
Establishment: Nodine's Smokehouse Inc.,         65 Fowler Avenue         Torrington, Connecticut 06790
Contact: Ms. Johanna Nodine, Mr. Ronald F. Nodine; 800-222-2059
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 125 pounds
Distribution: Boston and New Bedford, Massachusetts; Miami, Florida and the following cities in Connecticut; Bethlehem, Thomaston, Torrington and South Berry.

Product: "MASTER CHOICE ALL NATURAL GROUND BEEF 75% LEAN," "MASTER CHOICE ALL NATURAL GROUND CHUCK 81% LEAN," "MASTER CHOICE ALL NATURAL GROUND ROUND 85% LEAN," and "MASTER CHOICE ALL NATURAL GROUND SIRLOIN 90% LEAN" packed in one to three pound packages.
Codes: Each package has a date of "JUN26."
Problem: May be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.
Discovered: The problem was discovered through routine FSIS microbiological sampling.
Establishment: Waldbaum's Supermarket        Bay and Rockaway Boulevard         Lawrence, N.Y., 11559.
Contact: Andrew Carrano, vice president of customer marketing, at (201) 802-3581.
Quanity Recalled: Approximately 158 pounds of ground beef products.
Distribution: Sold only at Waldbaum's Supermarket.

WEEK ENDING JULY 21

PRODUCT Dried Grouper packed in 7-ounce plastic packages.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Undetermined, imported from Japan.
RECALLED BY Eastern Oceanic Enterprises, Inc., Brooklyn, New York
DISTRIBUTION New York.
QUANTITY 1 case (50 7-ounce packages) was distributed.
REASON An uneiscerated fish has the potential to support growth of toxin production by Clostridium botulinum.

PRODUCT Baron Creamy Peanut Butter, in 12-ounce jars.
CODE All lots.
MANUFACTURER Bajaj Foods, Ltd., Ahmedabad, India.
RECALLED BY Universal International, Inc., New Hope, Minnesota
DISTRIBUTION Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin.
QUANTITY 1,250 cases, (24 jars per case) were distributed.
REASON Product contains 72 ppb of aflatoxin.

PRODUCT Kimbo brand of fresh Italian parsley, in 60-count waxed cardboard boxes.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Ricardo Bravo, Maneadero, Mexico (grower).
RECALLED BY F.F. Gonsalez Cilantro Farms Inc., Santa Paula, California (repacker/distributor)
DISTRIBUTION California, Nevada, Texas, Florida.
QUANTITY 1,050 60-count boxes were distributed.
REASON Product is contaminated with Shingella.

PRODUCT Escolar Fresh Frozen in clear plastic vacuum package, labeled in part: Escolar HG Frozen Thawed.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Cohan Seafood Company, San Francisco, California (supplier).
RECALLED BY Newport Fish Company, South San Francisco, California)
DISTRIBUTION California.
QUANTITY 28 pounds were distributed.
REASON The product contained high levels of histamine.

PRODUCT Cora brand Chopped Garlic in Water, in 7.5-fluid ounce jars.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Diva Farms, Ltd., Utica, New York.
DISTRIBUTION New York and Vermont.
QUANTITY 45 cases (12 jars per case) were distributed.
REASON Product was prepared and packed under insanitary conditions whereby it may have been rendered injurious to health.

PRODUCT Don Tomas Parcha Juice, in 16-ounce, 128-ounce, and Concentrate in 12-ounce containers
CODE UPC CODES
16-ounce 012116-000133
64-ounce 012116-56789
128-ounce 012116-01281
12-ounce 012116-09275.
MANUFACTURER Don Tomas Foods, Inc., Catano, Puerto Rico.
RECALLED BY Carlos Malave & Company, Inc., Catano, Puerto Rico
DISTRIBUTION Puerto Rico.
QUANTITY Undetermined.
REASON The Parcha juice contains undeclared FD&C Yellow No. 5, FD&C Red No. 40, sodium benzoate, citric acid, and xanthan gum.

PRODUCT Land Oí Lakes Margarine in 1/4-pound sticks, packaged in one-pound retail packages.
CODE 02 16 01 KE10, 02 17 01 KE10, 02 18 01 KE10, 02 19 01 KE10, 02 20 01 KE10.
MANUFACTURER Land Oí Lakes, Inc., Kent, Ohio.
RECALLED BY Land Oí Lakes, Inc., Arden Hills, Minnesota
DISTRIBUTION North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia.
QUANTITY 75,480 pounds of margarine were distributed.
REASON Product contains metal fragments.

PRODUCT Rhizoma Batatatis in 12-ounce and 16-ounce plastic containers.
CODE None.
MANUFACTURER Shenzhen Changchun Economic & Trading Company, Shenzhen, Peopleís
Republic of China (12-ounce product) Tsang Fook Kee Med. Company, Hong Kong (16-ounce product).
RECALLED BY Wah Po Trading, Inc., Brooklyn, New York (importer)
DISTRIBUTION New York and New Jersey.
QUANTITY 19 cases (60 12-ounce packages per case) and 20 cases (50 16-ounce packages per case) were distributed.
REASON Rhizoma Batatatis contained undeclared sulfites.

Product: "Home Made Brand ĎOn A Rollí Chicken Salad" in 10-pound containers bearing the code "Sell by 8/2"; and 5-pound containers of "Home Made Brand Classic Chicken Salad" code "Sell by 8/2", Home Made Brand American Chicken Salad" code "Sell by 8/4", Home Made Brand Bickfords White Chicken Salad" code "Sell by 8/4", "Home Made Brand Supreme White Chicken Salad" code "Sell by 7/24", "Weis quality Chicken Salad" code "SELL BY 8/4", and "Hidden Harbor Chicken Salad" in 5-pound containers code "Sell by 8/4". The number "P-8865" appears inside the USDA mark of inspection on all containers.
Codes: Produced July 10, 2000. See PRODUCTS RECALLED section above for codes. In addition, the number "P-8865" appears inside the USDA mark of inspection on all containers.
Problem: Possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.
Discovered: The recall is in response to a finding of Listeria monocytogenes by the FSIS through its routine microbiological testing program.
Establishment: Home Made Brand Foods         2 Opportunity Way         Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950
Contact: Mr. Dayne Wahl; Mr. Richard Walters; (978) 462-3663
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 3, 300 pounds
Distribution: New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Maine, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont.

Product: 4 oz. Packages of Tropics brand '' 'PHILIPPINE STYLE' CHICHARON (KAWALI),'' ''GROUND CHICHARON,'' and '' 'PHILIPPINE STYLE' CHICHARON;'' Gold Medal brand ''GROUND CHICHARON,'' and '' 'PHILIPPINE STYLE' CHICHARON;'' and Amor Nino Foods Inc. brand '' 'PHILIPPINE STYLE' CHICHARON KAWALI,'' regular and vinegar flavors.
Codes: Each package bears a six-digit code representing the date produced. Codes from 050100 through 063000 representing production dates from May 1, 2000 to June 30, 2000 and codes from 000701 through 000717 representing production dates from July 1, 2000 to July 17, 2000 are being recalled. Also, ''EST. 4828'' appears in the USDA inspection legend on the labels.
Problem: Misbranding, contains undeclared monosodium glutamate (MSG).
Discovered: The FSIS inspector at the establishment observed that monosodium glutamate (MSG) was being added to the product and was not being declared in the ingredient statement on the product label.
Establishment: Fil-Am Specialty Foods, Incorporated,     590 West Avenue 28,     Los Angeles, California 90065
Contact: Mr. Demetrio Manibog, General Manager, 323-225-6130
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 2,320 pounds.
Distribution: California and Hawaii.

WEEK ENDING JULY 28

PRODUCT Archway brand Gourmet Rocky Road Cookies, in 12-ounce retail packages.
CODE Product dated JUNE 5 through AUG 25.
MANUFACTURER Archway Cookies, Inc., Ashland, Ohio and Boone, Iowa.
RECALLED BY Archway Cookies, Inc., Ashland, Ohio
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY 6,785 cases (136,696 retail packages) were distributed.
REASON Product contains undeclared powdered eggs.

PRODUCT Mung Bean Sprouts, in 5 and 10-pound bulk bags, and in 12 and 16-ounce consumer size bags.
CODE All product on the market at the time of recall initiation.
MANUFACTURER Pacific Coast Sprout Farms, Inc., Sacramento, California.
DISTRIBUTION Nevada and Oregon.
QUANTITY Firm estimates none remains on the market.
REASON Product was epidemiologically linked with a Salmonella Enteritidis outbreak.

PRODUCT Astragulus Capsules, 500 mg, in bulk containers of 10,000 capsules, a botanical dietary supplement.
CODE Lot #21592.
MANUFACTURER ABS Corporation, doing business as Eudaemonic Corporation, Omaha, Nebraska.
DISTRIBUTION North Dakota.
QUANTITY 235,872 capsules were distributed.
REASON Product was contaminated with Salmonella.

PRODUCT Minute Maid Juice Bars, 12-pack, 2.25-fluid ounces.
CODE "BEST BY FEB2901" through "BEST BY APR 1501".
MANUFACTURER Mia Products Company, Moosic, Pennsylvania.
RECALLED BY J&J Snack Foods Corp., Pennsauken, New Jersey
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY 25,135 cases were distributed; firm estimated that 4,500-5,000 cases remained on market at time of recall initiation.
REASON Product is contaminated with pieces of polyethylene.

PRODUCT Keebler Fudge Shoppe Mini Fudge Stripe Cookies, snack size fudge covered shortbread cookies packaged in 2-ounce laminated pouches.
CODE Product code dates AL07010 through AL12090 (other letters may follow the code dates).
MANUFACTURER Laurel Cookie Factory, London, Kentucky (cookies); Bloomer Chocolate Company, Inc., Chicago, Illinois (coating).
RECALLED BY Keebler Company, Elmhurst, Illinois
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY 300,000 cases were distributed.
REASON The chocolate coating component of the cookies contains milk residue.

PRODUCT CVS Gold Emblem and Safeway Select brands of Natural Spring Water, in 1.5 liter plastic bottles.
CODE All lot numbers include "PRO110299" followed by 3 or 4 numbers, followed by the letter "S".
MANUFACTURER Saratoga Springs Water Company, Saratoga Springs, New York.
RECALLED BY Saratoga Beverage Group, Inc., Saratoga Springs, New York
DISTRIBUTION Nationwide.
QUANTITY 4,954 cases (12 per case) were distributed.
REASON Product is contaminated with yeast, mold, and particulates.

Product: "C & J Tender Meats Ground Beef"
Codes: The ground beef products were produced on July 18, 2000, and packaged in one to two-pound packages. The packages are marked with "Est. 20899" inside the USDA mark of inspection and production code " Jul 18,00".
Problem: Possible Escherichia coli O157:H7 contamination.
Discovered: An FSIS microbiological sample was collected on July 18, 2000, and reported positive for E. coli O157: H7 on July 24, 2000.
Establishment: C & J Tender Meats         324 E International         Anchorage, Alaska 99518
Contact: Mr. Charles Jones; 907-562-2838
Quantity Recalled: Approximately 800 pounds.

Product: One-half gallon Safeway SELECT Rocky Road Ice Cream
Codes: In round containers and identified with the following information on the side band of the lid: Best Before JAN 03/01
Problem: May contain mixed nuts or nut products not specified on the label including almonds, cashews, Brazil nuts and peanut oil.
Establishment: Safeway Inc.     Pleasanton, CA
Contact: (925) 944-4056
Distribution: Safeway stores located in Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland and to Randallís and Tom Thumb stores located in Texas.