With restaurants closed and indoor dining still seeming like a risky bet to many, prepared food has offered much-needed respite from the kitchen for weary cooks throughout the COVID pandemic. However, you might want to prep your next few meals at home now that a popular type of sandwich has been recalled over concerns it may be contaminated with bacteria that can cause serious illness and, in some cases, may even prove fatal. Read on to find out if you should be tossing these foods from your fridge now. And if you want to play it safe, If Your Milk
The Food and Drug Administration has yet to take any action, despite having spent three years quietly exploring the issue of toxic contaminants in food during the Trump administration.
“This is not a baby food problem. This is a food problem,” said Tom Neltner, chemicals policy director at the Environmental Defense Fund, which has lobbied for more regulation of heavy metals.
The congressional report, released earlier this month by a House Oversight Committee panel, found that four major baby food brands — Beech-Nut, Gerber, Earth’s Best Organic and HappyBABY — sold products that their own internal testing showed contained arsenic,