Many New Jersey consumers use spices to take ordinary meals and transform them into culinary experiences from around the world. Sadly, the spices used to do so can also be dangerous products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration conducted an extensive investigation into the safety of the spices consumed in the United States. In its report, issued in June of last year, it was discovered that over 80 percent of the spices used here in the United States are contaminated with Salmonella.
Apparently, the process of testing a sample pack of Crunch Pak Tart Apple Slices prompted the recall of 5471 cases of apple slices due to positive results for Listeria monocytogenes. This products liability recall was a voluntary action taken by the company to address even the smallest risk to the health of consumers. A spokesman said that the company's commitment to food safety is of paramount importance and will remain as such.
Ladies, you may want to consider trading your lipstick for Chapstick after a new study found that many popular lipsticks and lip glosses contain lead and other dangerous metals. The new study found that all lipsticks contain lead and many lipsticks and lip glosses contain other metals that can be dangerous to a woman's health.
Acetaminophen is a very common ingredient in many medications, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines. Acetaminophen is the active ingredient in brand-name Tylenol medications, and is used in many medications to relieve pain, allergy and cold symptoms.