The contributor for Forbes notes that the past month has had some unusual and disturbing recalls:
“The FDA's list of food recalls for April sound less like contaminated food items and more like a menu from Hotel Transylvania: pentobarbital-laced dog chow, ground-up golf balls in the frozen hash browns and bat body parts in the organic spring mix. And wait -- don’t forget the belladonna alkaloids in the baby teething tablets!”
A few left off this list include Listeria found in burritos, frozen peas, and smoked fish; Salmonella in chili kits and mango ice cream, and rubber in sandwich bread.
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