Georgia Department of Agriculture

Food & Feed Recall Alerts for Georgia

Jessica Badour
Office: 404-656-3627
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Blue Bell ice-cream updates:

04-15-15 - Prolainat, 9.16 oz pkgs of Trader Joe’s A Dozen Sweet Bites


12/18/14 - Zachary Confections, Inc., Market Pantry (Target) Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds

12/11/14 - Flat Creek Farm & Dairy, Aztec Cheddar (lot codes 140802XAZ and 140725XGO) and Low Country Gouda (lot code 140702XAZ)

12/9/14 - Global Garlic, Inc., De Mi Pais Products: Cuajada Fresca (Fresh Curd) 12 oz. and Cuajada Olanchana (Fresh Curd) 12 oz.

12/9/14 - Whalen's Horseradish Products, Inc., Whalen's Seafood & Burger Sauce

12/5/14 - Safeway Select French Salted Caramel (Fleur De Sel) Premium Ice Cream

12/4/14 - Quality Meats, Inc., Frozen Pork Belly Product

12/4/14 - Abdallah Candies, Red and Silver Foil Wrapped Holiday Caramel Bites

12/3/14 - Overhill Farms, Inc., Open Nature Chile Cheese Enchiladas

11/24/14 - Natura Pet Products, Dry Cat and Dry Ferret Food

11/22/14 - Ranchers Legacy Meat Co., Various Ground Beef Products

11/21/14 - Kozy Shack Enterprises, LLC, Foodservice Kozy Shack Simply Well Chocolate Pudding 4 oz. cups

Email Alerts

The Food Safety Division sends out email alerts for food and feed recalls that may be impacting the State of Georgia. We currently have recall distribution lists for food recalls, as well as feed recalls (specifically for pet food and animal feed). If you would like to join either of these email subscriptions, please click below on each link to be added to the lists:
FOOD Recall Alerts
FEED Recall Alerts

Additional Information

This page lists recall alerts for food and feed products that have been distributed in Georgia. Recall notices come from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety Inspection Service. To learn more about a recall, click on any of the links below to display the full news release from FDA or USDA. 
INDUSTRY: If you are initiating a recall here in Georgia, please consider this guidance document to help get started. Find additional FDA guidance online here.
CONSUMERS: The GDA encourages everyone to stay knowledgeable about recalls, and to understand how recalled products can impact you, your family, friends and/or pets or livestock animals if consumed. If you think you may be experiencing symptoms of foodborne illness, call your local health department & notify a primary care physician (request clinical samples). If you believe you have purchased a recalled product, do not open or consume it! Instead, follow the instructions within the recall notice, and/or return the item to the location where you purchased it. To learn more about what to do if you have purchased a recalled product, please click here
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