Yorgo's Foods pulled all of its Greek-style food items off shelves Wednesday, including two products made for Trader Joe's, after a routine sampling found listeria in one of its products.
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- Two Trader Joe's products part of nationwide food recall due to listeria
By Dianne de Guzman, SFGATE - Thursday Nov 16, 2017
- Seven 'Rules of the Road' to Success For Better-For-You Kid Food Products
Monday Oct 27, 2008
"Better for You" or healthier kid food products are the hottest battleground for food marketers nationwide. Yet, as in most battlegrounds, the field is overwhelmed with "dead soldiers," or "BFY"products that seemed great in the lab, on the PowerPoint, or in research exercises.
- Kroger Pitches to Niche Food Product Brands
Friday Sep 22, 2017
Kroger Co. is launching a website allowing local suppliers to pitch niche products directly to buyers at the grocer’s 2,800 stores, a response to rival Whole Foods Market’s moves to be more conventional.
- Target ends relationship with troubled food maker Hampton Creek
By Olivia Zaleski - Friday Aug 18, 2017
Target will no longer sell products made by food startup Hampton Creek after an internal review, the latest major blow to the beleaguered maker of Just Mayo eggless mayonnaise and other plant-based foods. The retail giant decided to end the relationship about two months after receiving what it described as “specific and serious food safety allegations about Hampton Creek products.” Target pulled the San Francisco company’s products from shelves in June while it looked into the matter and shared the claims with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Hampton Creek has said its products are safe and comply with FDA rules.