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Here Are All the Foods Recalled Right Before Thanksgiving

Turkey products are among those that have been recalled ahead of the holiday

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    Recalls to Watch for This Thanksgiving

    Officials have issued warnings for ground turkey, ground beef, romaine lettuce and cake mix going into Thanksgiving 2018.

    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018)

    Thanksgiving is right around the corner and nothing rings in the holiday spirit more recalls?

    Here is the list of foods that have recently been recalled ahead of this year’s festivities.

    Romaine lettuce:
    Health officials are warning people to stay away from romaine lettuce entirely after it was connected to an E. coli outbreak that hospitalized 13 people, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.

    Nearly 100,000 pounds of beef have been recalled after the U.S. Department of Agriculture said it may be contaminated with traces of E. coli. Brands including Swift Ground Beef and Blue Ribbon Ground Beef are not safe to eat, officials announced Saturday.

    Ground Turkey:
    Jennie-O recalled almost 100,000 pounds of raw turkey products in an ongoing salmonella outbreak. The outbreak resulted in one death and 164 reported illnesses.

    Cake Mix:
    Several Duncan Hines cake mixes were recalled in early November after a sample of the brand’s Classic White mix tested a positive finding of salmonella. The recall includes Classic White, Classic Yellow, Butter Golden and Confetti cake mixes.