Possible pot pie danger

October 10, 2007

ConAgra Foods is advising people not to eat Banquet Turkey and Chicken pot pies after reported cases of salmonella.

The company believes the salmonella is caused by undercooking the pot pies. They are revising the cooking labels.

The CDC says other pot pies sold under other names could also be a risk. Look for any pot pies made by ConAgra Foods and check for a printed code ending in "P9". If you have any products matching that description, the CDC recommends that you discard them.

For more information, you can call ConAgra at 866-484-8671 or visit their website at www.conagrafoods.com.

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  • by Sarah Location: downtown on Oct 14, 2007 at 07:10 AM
    Along with (very) stale bread, the Maxwell House Pharmacy still offers the ConAgra Chicken Pot pies, claiming "they were bought before the ban." In the past when their freezer went out and were told they needed to throw away the soggy bologna and such, we were told "it can be re-frozen".
  • by Jorge Latino Location: augusta on Oct 11, 2007 at 06:36 AM
    If you want to be healthy and properly fed... A) CHOOSE AND COOK YOUR OWN FRESH FOOD. B) IF YOU DON'T KNOW HOW, LEARN. There is a wealth of nutritional and culinary information in the world, so there is really no excuse to place your well-being in the hands of greedy, unclean businessmen that peddle atrocious frozen or canned slop.
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