For the past few months, there have been a lot of recalls. I mean a loooot of food recalls. So much so that the FDA decided to take a look at how they disseminate the information, and they’re going to make some critical changes.
From now on, when announcing a food recall the FDA will make sure to include which retailer is carrying the affected items. This is geared more toward items that don’t have brand names (like that ground beef recall) associated with them. Some more examples are like deli meat and cheeses. What do you all think?