Amazing Grace Fellowship in Twin Falls has off and on had USDA food boxes available for pick up for free on a first come first serve basis. The USDA boxes are full of food for anyone who may need a little help.
The USDA has just announced another food recall. The good news is that it does not affect a wide variety of items. The bad news is that it does include salads that have been shipped to Idaho retail locations. If you have allergies to shellfish, you need to know this.
I'm starting to think that someone is out to get us. We've had no less than 3 food recalls in the past couple weeks. First, it was tuna. Then, frozen vegetables were recalled. Last week, it was Chinese food. Now, you can add chicken wings to the ever-growing recall list.
I love Chinese food. So, it pains me to pass along the word that the USDA has just announced a massive recall of over 47 million pounds of assorted Chinese food items due to listeria. The bottom line is if you've bought Chinese food at the grocery store recently, check the packages and make sure you don't have the following items.
A Washington state distributor has issued a recall for nearly 500 pounds of beef jerky. There is a concern that the products were under-processed and could still contain dangerous bacteria. Here is the information that was just released by the USDA.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Retailers that accept food stamps would have to start stocking a wider variety of healthy foods or face the loss of consumers under proposed rules expected to be announced by the Agriculture Department on Tuesday.