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Is your cream cheese on the salmonella RECALL list?
By Ethan Huff // May 20, 2024

For some reason, the food supply in the United States is going haywire with contamination scare after contamination scare, the latest involving processed cream cheese products made by Schreiber Foods Inc.

The grocer just announced publicly that the following four cream cheese products are being recalled because they could be contaminated with salmonella:

Happy Farms Whipped Cream Cheese Spread

Chive & Onion Cream Cheese Spread

Cream Cheese Spread

Strawberry Cream Cheese Spread

The affected products were sold at Hy-vee as well as Aldi stores in more than two dozen states and the District of Columbia. Schreiber says the products may actually be safe, but "out of an abundance of caution" the company wants to protect its customers and its reputation by getting ahead of this one with a voluntary recall.

(Related: Remember back in 2018 when the Health Ranger warned us about salmonella-tainted pumpkin seed protein made by Kellogg's?)

Is the Biden regime behind food contamination spike?

100percentfedup.com made an interesting observation about the high number of food contamination outbreaks that have occurred in the United States since Joe Biden took office through election fraud.

There have always been isolated food contamination cases here and there as things just happen sometimes – this writer drank salmonella-contaminated pasteurized milk as a child and got sick from it – but in the age of Biden the number of these cases has skyrocketed.

Not only that, but have you noticed all of the other attacks on the food supply, i.e., all of those burned-down food factories and "wildfires" that destroyed cattle in Texas, as two recent examples? Something is amiss, and 100percentfedup.com's Russell Bartlett aptly made that observation in recent coverage about the cream cheese recall.

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To be clear, Schreiber is doing the right thing of its own volition. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not even appear to be involved, at least not yet, which means the company is doing this all on its own, at its own expense, to protect customers who shop at Aldi and Hy-vee stores.

Both of these grocery chains, by the way, appear to have a solid track record of protecting their customers by keeping a close eye on the products they sell. They may not all be 100 percent certified organic quite yet, but Aldi especially is pushing to transition its product line to provide the best, least expensive and highest quality foods under private labeling that it can, competing with Lidl and Trader Joe's for the title.

Hy-vee is another great retailer that rarely finds itself in the news, it seems, because it runs a tight ship on behalf of its customers.

According to Axios, food recalls reached their highest level last year since before the so-called "pandemic." At least 1,100 people were sickened in 2023 by contaminated food, and another six people died, God rest their souls; this according to the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Education Fund.

"Two of 2023’s biggest recalls involved lead-tainted applesauce that sickened at least 500 children nationwide and cantaloupe contaminated with Salmonella that led to 400 illnesses," Axios reported.

"Food and beverage recalls increased 8% overall in 2023 to 313 compared to 289 the previous year ... A quarter of 2023 recalls were caused by Listeria, Salmonella, E. coli or contamination from other dangerous bacteria ... 49% of 2023 recalls stemmed from undeclared allergens, a 27% increase from 2022."

"And yet a fake 'vaccine' that has sickened millions and killed thousands is not recalled," one commenter scoffed about Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines," which never should have been unleashed in the first place.

Your best bet for obtaining healthy food for your family is either to grow it yourself, buy it locally or purchase only from trusted sources that test food and supplements for toxic contaminants. Learn more at NaturalNewsTips.com.

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