The Indiana State Department of Health Food Protection Program reports all recalls potentially affecting Indiana residents to local health departments and other related agencies. Recalls are issued by manufacturers of food and drug products, but are done so on a voluntary basis with guidance by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), which regulates meat and poultry products, or the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which regulates all other products.
If you have a question about a recall, you may contact your local health department or the manufacturer for information. You can also access the FDA or USDA websites for further details.
|FDA News Release on Raw Oysters||09/28/2011|
|FDA News Release on spreadable dried tomato paste||09/12/2011|
|FDA News Release on imported papayas||08/25/2011|
|FDA News Release on Evital||8/01/2011|
|USDA News Release on Frozen, Fresh Ground Turkey Products||8/01/2011|
|FDA News Release on Evergreen Produce brand alfalfa sprouts or spicy sprouts||06/27/2011|
|FDA News Release on SimplyThick||5/23/2011|
|FDA News Release Oysters from area 1642 in Apalachicola Bay Florida||5/10/2011|
|FDA Advisory to Stop Using Soladek Vitamin Solution||3/29/2011|
|FDA issued an Import Alert Advisory||3/28/2011|