An appetizer party bite product is being recalled in New York. The box may contain a completely different product which contains an unlisted allergen.


The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service has issued a public health alert for frozen mushroom risotto party bites. The products are misbranded and contain an undeclared allergen. The porcini mushroom risotto bites package may actually contain puff pastry hot dogs. The hot dogs contain sesame, which is an allergen. The product, which was produced on April 11, 2023, is no longer available for purchase but may be in consumers' freezers.

The product at the center of the recall is:

7.5-oz. cardboard packages containing “Wild Fork Porcini Mushroom Risotto Bites” with lot code 101231, “BEST BY DATE: 10/11/2024”, and EST. 39896 on the side of the box. The products bear establishment number “EST. 39896” on the side of the box. There is no USDA mark of inspection.

The porcini mushroom risotto bites were shipped to retailers in New York, as well as, California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin.

Massive Turkey Sausage Recall In New York

There is a massive turkey sausage recall in New York State of more than 130,000 pounds. If you've purchased turkey kielbasa sausage in the past few months, you need to check your freezer.

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Salm Partners, LLC, which is headquartered in Denmark, Wisconsin, has issued a recall for approximately 133,039 pounds of ready-to-eat turkey kielbasa. The products may be contaminated with bone fragments, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.

The problem was discovered after Salm Partners notified FSIS that consumers complained of bones in the turkey kielbasa. FSIS also received two complaints directly. One person suffered a minor oral injury from consuming the product.

The product should not be consumed. Please return it to the retail store where you purchased it or throw it away. If you have any questions, please contact Keith Lindsey of Salm Partners, LLC, at 920-863-5559 ext. 1346...READ MORE.

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The 10 Dumbest Cities In New York [RANKED]

Varying levels of education do not always correlate with one's intelligence. Regardless, the data miners at Roadsnacks compiled education data from New York cities with a population of over 5,000. Of the 163 Empire State cities analyzed, these are the 10 dumbest cities in the state based on the rate of high school dropouts and higher education of adults 25 and older.

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The 10 Worst Places To Live In New York State

While New York is certainly home to a plethora of hidden gems and breathtaking sights, Road Snacks has highlighted the state's most undesirable spots.

As for what determines what makes a city or town one of the "worst" places to live, Road Snacks compared 163 cities with 5,000 or more residents, to find those with the lowest median home value, weakest school districts, and highest rates of unemployment and crime. In short, the survey ranked cities and towns based off their economic performance and opportunity for growth, which Road Snacks says impacts the quality of life of its residents.

In the end, these 10 cities were deemed to be the worst New York State has to offer. That said, the company is not calling these cities bad - so if you have an issue, take it up with Road Snacks. We're just reporting their findings.

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