When was the last time you cleaned out your fridge?
This Sunday is National Clean Out Your Fridge Day, and we spoke with Shaelyn Gurzick, a registered dietician with Henry Ford Health System about things to keep in mind when stocking your fridge. Condiments tend to be a product you use a few times and forget about, so the expiration date can come up before you know it. Where you store the groceries in your fridge can also be very important. The side door is the warmest part of the fridge, so Gurzick recommends you put food there that won’t spoil as quickly like condiments. The upper shelves of the fridge are warmer, because they get hit with warm air every time the door opens.
Recall expands for onions linked to Salmonella outbreak; 44 cases in Michigan
Do not eat, serve, or sell recalled onions from Thomson International, Inc., or food made with these onions. Foods made with recalled onions such as cheese dips or spreads, salsas, and chicken salads have also been recalled. If you used recalled onions to make any other food or dont know where those onions were from, dont eat the food. Advice to Restaurants, Retailers, and SuppliersRestaurants and retailers should not serve or sell recalled onions or foods prepared with these onions. Sixteen of the 21 clusters served red onions, 12 served yellow onions, and 10 served white onions.
Recalled onions linked to Salmonella outbreak; 36 cases in Michigan
U.S. health officials are warning consumers to throw away onions linked to a Salmonella outbreak reported in more than 40 states. Do not eat, serve, or sell recalled onions from Thomson International, Inc., or food made with these onions. Other companies have also issued recalls of foods, like chicken salads, made with recalled onions. (Full list of recalled products)Some foods made with recalled onions, such as deli salads and vegetable mixes, have also been recalled. If you used onions to make any other food and dont know where the onions were from, dont eat the food.