Experts in recalls will walk attendees through the latest data and trends, provide tactical takeaways and discuss industry progress.
The action is part of the agency’s initiative to prioritize the safety of leafy greens following multistate E. coli outbreaks.
Submissions came from all over the world, with winning teams representing the United States, Canada and New Zealand.
The products, which include uncured salami, prosciutto, coppa and soppressata, were sold nationwide.
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BrightFarms also recalled the products, which were sold in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Indiana.
The Class I recall affects frozen, fully cooked chicken products that were shipped nationwide to locations that include schools and nursing facilities.
The company is concerned that it will not be able to consistently obtain rice flour that is well-below FDA’s guidance level for naturally occurring inorganic arsenic.
The agency is accepting submissions from June 1 through July 30.
The sampling program will test iceberg, leaf and romaine lettuce and run from May through November 2021.