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FDA Creates Online Database to Track Plainview and Related Recalls

Jul 07, 2009

The Food and Drug Administration on Friday established a dedicated website and searchable database to help customers that have purchased agglomerated, or instant, products now under recall by Plainview Milk Products Cooperative. The website is available here.

To date, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has not linked any human illnesses to this recall or subsequent recalls by some of Plainview's instant product customers.

Plainview issued a recall on June 23 of all agglomerated products that were packaged and sold by the company between June 4, 2007, and June 4, 2009, because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. For details, read the release announcing the recall here.

IDFA will continue to report updates to members when they become available. For more information, contact Cary Frye, IDFA vice president of regulatory affairs, at, or Allen Sayler, IDFA vice president of regulatory affairs and international standards, at

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