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Recall Communications Management

Regulatory Reporting and audit response

  • FSIS is setting "a stronger threshold" for taking recall or regulatory action sooner…
    Feedstuffs "FSIS Orders New Measures"
  • ...spinach farmers experienced a loss of $350 million after the September 2006 outbreak. Spinach Recall: 5 Faces. 5 Agonizing Deaths. 1 year later.
    — USA Today
  • “The decision to alert the public about the link to chopped romaine on April 13 no doubt helped to decrease the scope of the outbreak...”
    — FSIS
  • The CDC estimates that foodborne illnesses sicken some 76 million people each year. Roughly 300,000 of them will end up in hospitals; 5,000 of those will not return home.
    — Brandweek
  • Food Recalls on the Rise: In fact, a recent report from the US Economic Research Service (ERS) showed that food product recall events increased by an average of 20 events a year from 2004 through 2013.
    — Food Engineering Magazine
  • A report released Thursday by the U.S. PIRG Education Fund found that recalls of food have increased 10 percent since 2013, with meat and poultry incidents soaring 67 percent. The most hazardous — Class 1 recalls, or when there’s a “reasonable probability that eating the food will cause health problems or death” — edged up 6 percent overall and a whopping 83 percent for meat and poultry, the study found.
    — Bloomberg News
  • Risk of Food Recalls Continues to Increase: increasingly complex food supply system, technological improvements in health risk detection, increased regulatory oversight and enforcement, and the passing of two major food policy laws (FALCPA and FSMA) may have all contributed to the significant rise in food recalls.
    — Food Engineering Magazine
  • When you get food on a larger scale, it's not inherently any riskier, but if there's a problem, the potential harm is magnified.
    — The Washington Post
  • If consumers know a problem has been sourced and contained then there’s less uncertainty about the marketplace as a whole, and as a result there tends to be less financial impact.
    — Insurance Business Magazine
  • Of the 60 patients who became ill between April 30, 2018 and May 30, 2018, 31 have been hospitalized. The patients range in age from 1 to 97 years.
  • FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to verify recalling firms notify their customers of the recall and that steps are taken to make certain that the product is no longer available to consumers.
    — FSIS
  • (In 2016) the company recalled more than 132,000 pounds of chicken nuggets due to contamination with hard plastic, which the USDA rated as a “high” health risk.
  • At least 60 people have been sickened and 31 hospitalized after eating prepackaged, presliced melon contaminated with salmonella, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) first announced on June 8.
    — Consumer Reports
  • Sixty-three people infected with the outbreak strains of E.coli O121 or O26 were reported from 24 states.
    — FDA