October 11, 2007: Do No Eat Generic Pot Pies Manufactured by ConAgra

The following is a list of the generic store brand pot pies manufactured by ConAgra Foods. These products also bear the code “P-9” printed on the side of the package.

Consumers should not eat these products:

· Hill Country Fare (sold at HEB)
· Food Lion (sold at Food Lion)
· Great Value (sold at Wal-Mart
· Kirkwood (sold at Aldi)
· Kroger (sold at Kroger)
· Meijer (sold at Meijer)

These products along with the Banquet brand of pot pies have not yet been recalled, despite the fact that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has linked an ongoing Salmonella outbreak to ConAgra Pot Pies.

Editorial Opinion – Allowing a food product to remain on store shelves implies that it is safe for consumption. It is a frightening day for the public when the FDA and USDA tell us, “It’s okay to buy the food, it’s just not okay to eat it.” One hundred thirty-nine outbreak victims, in all likelihood, are just the tip of the iceberg.

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