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Amy’s Kitchen is voluntarily recalling more than 73,000 cases of products containing organic spinach, including spinach pizza. (Photo via Creative Commons) If. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Amy’s Kitchen is voluntarily recalling more than 73,000 cases of products containing organic spinach stamped with dates made from January 21, 2015 to March 14, 2015. The recalled products were distributed to stores across the United States and in Canada.

Amy’s Kitchen, based in Petaluma, Calif., recalled 73,897 cases of 19 products after one of its spinach suppliers issued a recall notice because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contaminatio. VANCOUVER, B.C. – The frozen food brand, Amy’s Kitchen Inc., has announced it is voluntarily recalling approximately 73,897 cases of product due to a recall notice from one of its organic spinach. But today, according to CBC, Amy’s Kitchen is recalling 73,000 cases of food products on the grounds that the organic spinach contained within might have been tainted with. (FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION) Amy’s Kitchen is recalling more than 73,000 cases of frozen food distributed to grocery stores across the United States after spinach. The company, which prides itself on its natural canned and frozen foods, is recalling over 73,000 cases worth of products due to possible Listeria contamination.

A batch of organic spinach. PETALLUMA, CA Amy’s Kitchen has issued a recall of frozen pizzas and meals for possibly containing spinach contaminated with listeria. The recall includes 19 different Amy’s products like.

Amy’s Kitchen is recalling more than 73,000 cases of food due to possible listeria contamination.Courtesy FDA The Amy’s Kitchen statement said the company is not aware of any illness or complaints related to the recalled products, which include lasagnas, pizza and enchiladas that contain the potentially contaminated spinach. Amy’s products affected by the recall contain spinach and were manufactured between January 21, 2015 and March 5, 2015. Some products included.

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In 2007, a multistate outbreak in the United States linked to packaged fresh spinach caused three deaths and 31 cases of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) within approximately 205 confirmed illnesses caused by E. coli O157:H7 (California Food Emergency Response Team 2007).

“Modified Atmosphere Packaging for Fresh-Cut Fruits and Vegetables” by Aaron L. Brody, Hong Zhuang, Jung H. Han
from Modified Atmosphere Packaging for Fresh-Cut Fruits and Vegetables
by Aaron L. Brody, Hong Zhuang, Jung H. Han
Wiley, 2010

A recent multistate outbreak in the United States linked to bagged fresh spinach caused approximately 205 confirmed illnesses, 31 cases of hemolytic uremic syndrome, and 3 deaths.

“Encyclopedia of Food Microbiology” by Richard K. Robinson, Carl A. Batt
from Encyclopedia of Food Microbiology
by Richard K. Robinson, Carl A. Batt
Elsevier Science, 2014

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning to consumers to avoid bagged and other fresh spinach, including salad mixes containing spinach leaves, and six producers issued a nationwide recall of their products.

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by Dawn R. Gilpin, Priscilla J. Murphy
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The United States has experienced several large high-profile multistate outbreaks attributable to leafy vegetables, including the 2006 outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 infection, which was linked to the consumption of bagged spinach and resulted in almost 200 cases of food poisoning and three deaths.

“Food Safety and Preservation: Modern Biological Approaches to Improving Consumer Health” by Alexandru Mihai Grumezescu, Alina Maria Holban
from Food Safety and Preservation: Modern Biological Approaches to Improving Consumer Health
by Alexandru Mihai Grumezescu, Alina Maria Holban
Elsevier Science, 2018

A 2006 outbreak of E. coli, associated with spinach, led to at least 200 reported illnesses and three deaths.

“Food Policy in the United States: An Introduction” by Parke Wilde
from Food Policy in the United States: An Introduction
by Parke Wilde
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That E. coli O157 can also contaminate seemingly “healthy” foods became apparent in late summer 2006, when US consumers were warned not to eat bagged fresh spinach after a multistate outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 that ultimately resulted in 199 victims sickened, 31 cases of kidney failure, and 3 deaths.

“Our Global Environment: A Health Perspective, Eighth Edition” by Anne Nadakavukaren, Jack Caravanos
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In September 2006, fresh spinach was removed from the U.S. grocery store shelves.The Escherichia coli O157:H7 strain, which causes hemorrhagic diarrhea and very serious illness, caused 139 infections, including one death, in 26 states and Canada.

“Microbiology: Principles and Explorations” by Jacquelyn G. Black, Laura J. Black
from Microbiology: Principles and Explorations
by Jacquelyn G. Black, Laura J. Black
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Amy’s kitchen recalls various products because of possible health risk.

“Food Hygiene and Toxicology in Ready-to-Eat Foods” by Parthena Kotzekidou
from Food Hygiene and Toxicology in Ready-to-Eat Foods
by Parthena Kotzekidou
Elsevier Science, 2016

In August of 2006, one particular brand of spinach was found to be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.

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Based on epidemiological and laboratory evidence, the FDA on 29 September determined that all spinach implicated in the outbreak could be traced back to one company.

“The Microbiology of Safe Food” by Stephen J. Forsythe
from The Microbiology of Safe Food
by Stephen J. Forsythe
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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Great reviews! I’d love for you to review other Amy’s meals such as general tso’s bowl, Chinese noodles & veggies, Thai green curry, vegan broccoli cheese bake, & Asian dumpling bowl. I’d also enjoy seeing an Amy’s soups review. Another company you could review that has vegan, as well as vegetarian, frozen meals is Sweet Earth.

  • I like how you understand your body and know what’s too Little. There are times when I am not sure when something is too much or too little food for me.

  • Sweet Earth Cauliflower Mac n’ Cheese is one of my absolute favorites and I would love to see a review on some of their other frozen meals as well. Love the video, and will definitely be checking out the ravioli in the future.

  • They’re tasty, but overpriced. Amy’s seems to be blind with regard to it’s most popular products. Certain products are always sold out, and the ones no one likes just sit there on the shelves. Obviously, they are forcing the stores to buy a set of products when the customers only really want certain ones. In my area, it’s the cashew with noodles and the cheese enchiladas. Everything else just sits there taking up space. They need to give up on certain products. It’s like they’re fighting against their customers. I wish they would get a clue.

  • Check servings
    Alot give the impression it’s 4 one
    But it’s really for two
    So people read those serving labels n servings
    N sodium n far levels

  • Check servings
    Alot give the impression it’s 4 one
    But it’s really for two
    So people read those serving labels n servings
    N sodium n far levels

  • You should try frozen vegan pizzas! I see so many in the store but can never deiced which to get. I think the best one I’ve had is the Daiya Supreme Pizza (although the crust is kinda meh). Thank you for your videos! I love your content and I’m always so eager to try the things you review!

  • I’m curious about sweet earth, I see them at the store but have not had the chance to try yet. Trader Joe’s has a lot of interesting frozen options.

  • Vegan frozen pizza options would be cool! I’ve seen some from Amy’s, Sweet Earth, and daiya but I am sure there are more out there!

  • I love the Brown Rice Tofu Veggie bowl-I put a little bit of Bragg’s amino acid/tamari on it to “sauce it up” a bit.
    However, I just realized I haven’t had it in a couple of years! I think my grocery stopped selling that one. Arrgh, sneaky b*$t*rd$ ��

  • As a Amy’s meals fan I appreciated and enjoyed this review. Thanks. P.S. If you get a chance give Amy’s Breakfast Scramble a try. It’s also vegan and I like it much better than the Tofu Scramble. It’s the one I always get.

  • So much fun! Tell your mom thanks for getting these meals so that we could get your opionin. Thanks for sharing! God bless you! ������

  • I can get behind this. I’ll be eating more Amy’s after watching this. Clean prep, quality ingredients and wonderful warm owners and employees? I love it.

  • Big fan of most of Amy’s products, just stay FAR away from their gluten-free pizzas. I can eat any crap frozen pizza, but theirs was the absolute worst me and my wife EVER had. With that said, Amy’s non gluten-free pizzas are quite good.

  • As a Amy’s meals fan I appreciated and enjoyed this review. Thanks. P.S. If you get a chance give Amy’s Breakfast Scramble a try. It’s also vegan and I like it much better than the Tofu Scramble. It’s the one I always get.

  • I don’t ususally buy frozen meals for the same reasons you objected to them, but Amy’s makes some great burritos. The rice and beans and black bean burritos are some of my kids favorite quick meals.

  • I tried the Amy’s frozen tofu scramble breakfast burrito and it was the most tasteless thing I’ve ever eaten which made me mad because it took 50 minutes to heat up in the oven. I complained on twitter and they sent me coupons so I can try other food items.

  • Fantastic video, if you can find it “AMY’S RICE MAC-N-CHEESE” not the gluten free one “not vegan”. Why I love Amy’s. With the �� on bottom left corner you know automatically that it’s vegan.

  • Gardein has bowls, both breakfast and like buddha bowls. Alpha foods has burritos and stuff like that…I’m not sure if they have dinners…there are some Korean/Asian dinners but I don’t remember the brand…maybe Sweet Earth?

  • Australia really needs more variety when it comes to what’s available from this brand, our vegan sections are just 1 fridge section consisting of literally 1 fridge lol, we have the burritos albeit I don’t like them and they are very expensive for their size, the mac and cheese which isn’t really a favourite of mine either, the mac and cheese with broccoli love this one the most and 4 different soups and that’s about it. A certain health food store has 1 extra and that’s the cheese enchilada which was delicious but it’s made from corn and corn is not good for me, makes my stomach really big, because it’s a high GI carb load and I have insulin resistance.

    So yeah really like no variety, oh we also have the lasagna I forgot, very very good, probably the absolute best. Unlike one comment below I think the quality justifies the price, after all they are gluten free and organic and pretty low carb compared to some other meals I’ve read the nutritional panels on.

  • Big fan of most of Amy’s products, just stay FAR away from their gluten-free pizzas. I can eat any crap frozen pizza, but theirs was the absolute worst me and my wife EVER had. With that said, Amy’s non gluten-free pizzas are quite good.

  • A complete wanker who has never eaten a burrito before or real cheese rating vegan food and to weaken her fanbase(the geeks who want to have crushes and so on) she talks about her boyfriend right in the beginning of the video like some vagabond stray dog who eats the leftovers.