FDA: Moldy applesauce repackaged by school lunch supplier
Applesauce produced by Snokist Growers of Yakima, Wash., was recalled from the nation's schools earlier this year. Now, FDA officials say the company cannot ensure the safety of moldy applesauce reprocessed and packed in units such as this 106-ounce can.
By JoNel Aleccia
A Washington state fruit processor that supplies the nations schools and a baby food maker is under scrutiny by federal health regulators for repackaging applesauce contaminated with several kinds of potentially dangerous, multi-colored molds, msnbc.com has learned.
Food and Drug Administration officials this week posted a warning letter to Snokist Growers of Yakima, Wash., saying the company cannot ensure the safety of moldy applesauce and fruit puree that has been reconditioned for human consumption.
Products recalled earlier this year by Snokist were blamed for illnesses of nine North Carolina children who became sick after eating applesauce at school.
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so you may have to bag it for now on.how creepy is it to give kids moldy food?
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